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The Amaja-Nui, also called the Amaja Circle, was a sand pit located at the Kini-Nui used for telling stories. Considered a sacred place, it was located in front of a large statue of an unmasked Toa's head and connected by a stone bridge to the Kini-Nui's temple structure. The Turaga of Mata Nui used the Amaja-Nui many times for telling tales.


The Amaja Circle was the sacred storytelling area that was part of Mata Nui's main temple, the Kini-Nui.[1]

The Amaja Circle at the Kini-Nui was a sandpit which the Turaga used many times, along with the stones within it, to tell tales of the past and future.[2]

The Amaja Circle sandpit was the place where Turaga Vakama traditionally told his tales.[3]