The Great Land
Geometric plants of Noumea. New Caledonia, 1993
“The Great Land” is the name given by the Kanak people to describe the main island of New Cale- donia when disinguishing it from its smaller siser islands of Lifou, Efate, Uvea and the Isle of Pines. The main island is indeed a long srip of land 50 km wide that sretches over 500 km. It also represented the centre of the Kanak world.