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Post Office Issued Kauai Postage Stamp in 2006

On May 27, 2006 the United States Postal Service released a series of stamps called Wonders of America: Land of Superlatives. One of those stamps paid tribute to Mount Waialeale on the island of Kauai as being the wettest spot in the United States.

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Mount Waialeale, on the island of Kauai, has an average annual rainfall of about 400 inches. Its elevation is greater than 5,000 feet. The name, Waialeale, may be roughly rendered in English as "overflowing waters" or "rippling waters."


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