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Address: 232 West O'Brien Drive, Agana, Guam 96910, Mariana Islands
Phone Number: 671-646-5278
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Latte stones, the limestone pillars used by the Chamarro people as...

Latte stones, the limestone pillars used by the Chamarro people as foundations for their homes as far back as 500 A.D., are displayed at this park.

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Not much to see

This is a small area on the roadside that I actually passed by several times because there is nothing really there! It's a small "overlook" with much to really look at!

3 of 5 starsReviewed 6 days ago
Chef-Donn G
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Guam, Mariana Islands
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Guam, Mariana Islands
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

This is a small area on the roadside that I actually passed by several times because there is nothing really there! It's a small "overlook" with much to really look at!

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Palm Bay, Florida
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 1 week ago

We enjoyed visiting Latte stone park. It's much smaller than I expected, but still nice...and interesting. There is also a fall out shelter you can check out and one that you can walk through as well. Unfortunately the one you can walk through is filled with trash. The park itself it nice and clean though. Someone mentioned an entrance fee... More 

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Thank Joy C
Guam
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A big huge latte stone where you can walk up to see the view of agana bay area. It is beautiful. There is a small entrance fee. Up at the top, there is a display exhibition of the previous government pictures of guam territories. A good stop for visit.

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Madison, Mississippi, United States
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Latte Stone Park is a great spot for history buffs. Enjoy the collection of these ancient stones and the "stories" they tell as you imagine life in Chamorran village centuries before.

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Wheaton, Illinois
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I'm not sure how we missed this the first time we were exploring this part of town. The park is beautiful and the latte stones are an important part of Guam's history. It's so close to down town and close to the Japanese caves.

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Albany, Oregon
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 23, 2016

This park is nice to walk around. The Latte Stone is seen everywhere on the island and a reminder of the history.

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Pasig, Philippines
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 7, 2016 via mobile

Worthwhile visiting as it was on the way to other touristy areas like the Guam war museum and Governor's office. Easy to access with parking right inside the park. It's a small park with latte stones displayed . Lots of shade trees.

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Oklahoma
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 18, 2016

This is a park in town. It is free. Besides the Latte Stones there is a variety of things to see here. There are two Japanese bunkers from there war that you can go inside. Bring a flash light. There are informative signs, statues, shady places to sit. The park has some beautiful, tropical plants. It's definitely worth a stop.

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Las Vegas, Nevada
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 22, 2016

Eight to 14 Latte stones were typically used to elevate various types of structures of the native Chamorro people dating from 500 AD to 1521. The eight located in the park are about 5-6' high and were transferred from their original location in Me’pu in Guam’s Southern interior.

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Baltimore, Maryland
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed January 6, 2016

It's been a while since I've been to this park and was delighted. You can see the ancient Chamorro Latte Stones, which the natives built their homes above. There is also a statue honoring Angel Santos, a Chamorro activist and politician, who fought for the rights of the people. I was there during the holidays, and at night, the park... More 

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