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The Le-Suva was a shrine to Lewa in Le-Koro. Kanohi masks and Lewa's Nuva symbol were kept here.3 After the Bohrok invasion, the Le-Suva was repaired and was located in the heart of Le-Koro. It was a mound-shaped structure at the center of the village. Inside, the woven walls allowed only a dim glow of green light. At the center of the small, round room was a solid stone shelf, and a niche was cut into the stone to hold Lewa's symbol.4