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Sadly, there are few physical remains of the Spanish (and later American) governor’s palace; however, with the well laid out postings, you can envision how this must have looked during its peak. This is not a “must see” stop, but, for a history lover this...More
To reach Plaza de Espana, take a trolley to
Agana Shopping Center. It's just 1 or 2 blocks away or a mere 10 to 15 minutes walk. Plaza de Espana seems to be too bare for me. There's nothing much to see, just a replica...More
This was the location of the Governor’s Palace during the island’s long period of Spanish occupation. The palace housed the office and residence of the Spanish governor. In 1944, during the liberation of Guam, majority of it was destroyed apart from three structures; the Chocolate...More