The Plage de Tahiti, on the famous Pampelonne beach, is one of the most well-known beaches in St Tropez. Pampelonne beach is actually five kilometers south of St Tropez, but is probably the image that people have in their head when they think of St Tropez. It half belongs to St Tropez and the other half belongs to its neighbor, Ramatuelle. Ever since the s, it has been the beach to see and be seen. Every summer, about 30, people descend on the beach every day. This puts a huge strain on the local beach ecosystem, which includes delicate sand dunes.
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Over the period of half a century there was much inter-island relations with trade, marriages and Polynesian expansion with the Islands of Hawaii and through to Rapanui. The original Tahitians cleared land for cultivation on the fertile volcanic soils and built fishing canoes. The Tahitians were divided into three major classes or castes : ari'i ,  ra'atira and manahune. In the 19th century Tahitians added the European medicine to their practice.
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Spirit of the Dead Watching Manao tupapau is an oil on burlap canvas painting by Paul Gauguin , depicting a nude Tahitian girl lying on her stomach. An old woman is seated behind her. Gauguin said the title may refer to either the girl imagining the ghost, or the ghost imagining her. The subject of the painting is Gauguin's year-old  native "wife" Teha'amana called Tehura in his letters , who one night, according to Gauguin, was lying in fear when he arrived home late: "immobile, naked, lying face downward flat on the bed with the eyes inordinately large with fear [ Art historian Nancy Mowll Mathews says the painting is a direct descendant of a previous series of "frightened Eves" that Gauguin painted from