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Can't miss this totem pole if you are wandering around Creek Street. Its a replica and it is relatively new. It is impossible to take a good shot of this attraction as it is huge. It is still a fine example of Alaskan Indian carving...More
If you visit the Heritage Museum in Ketchikan you will understand the significance of totems such as this one and others. Yes, there are many and they can look similar but all tell a story and are a significant part of the area’s heritage.
This totem pole is located very close to Creek Street and Whale park and it is gigantic. It is said to be the most frequently photographed Totem pole in the world. The present standing pole in place is a reproduction of the original and was...More
It's kind of in the middle of the small city area and so it isn't the most scenic but it is very beautiful in and of itself. It is extremely easy to get to and very accessible if you have a short trip.
At first when chancing upon a totem pole in Alaska it and initially subsequent ones were interesting .... but regretably in a relatively short space of time they all become quite samey - I appreciate the shapes are different but the colour schemes and the...More