Hilo, also known as "The City of Rainbows" is the largest city on the island of Hawaii, situated on the east coast. The town, founded by missionaries in the early 1820's, has been under restoration in an effort to preserve its 19th century downtown buildings. Hawaii's Big Island offers the most diverse terrain of any of this state's islands. Kilauea, the most active volcano on earth, has erupted so many times in the past 20 years, that it has added an additional 70 acres of land. Nearby Hilo are the two scenic waterfalls of Akaka Falls State Park. Just to the south is the 334-square-mile Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home of the mighty Kilauea Volcano.
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