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Address: 232 W Obrien Dr, Agana, Guam 96910-5130, Mariana Islands
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+1 671-646-5278
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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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Interesting if you're in the neighborhood.

This pretty little park features a set of latte stones, which were used as a sort of stilt foundation on early Chamorro homes. They're interesting to look at and a 5 or 10 minute... read more

3 of 5 bubblesReviewed 4 weeks ago
Elizabeth M
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I'm so glad we found this place, as it was a bit of a challenge. We finally got to read about the Latte stones and their significance. Some of the dates seemed to be mismatched, but we got the gist.

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This pretty little park features a set of latte stones, which were used as a sort of stilt foundation on early Chamorro homes. They're interesting to look at and a 5 or 10 minute stop is sufficient for a photo op. As in other heavily wooded areas in Guam, the park was infested with mosquitos, so come prepared. If you're... More 

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Thank Elizabeth M
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 16, 2016 via mobile

It's a pretty park, the trees enormous and beautiful. The latte stones are a good example and a good place to take pics as there's actually 8 of them. We did it as part of the historic walking tour.

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Oakland, California
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 10, 2016 via mobile

As a native of Guam, it was wonderful seeing the latte stones for the first time. Doing a solo tour was the best thing as there weren't others around and I was able to sit, soak in and reflect on my ancestors, culture and traditions. A fine place to draw inspiration.

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Makati City
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 9, 2016

This place is just small. Can be part of your Agana tour. Take picture and go to another site. Its interesting to see those stones.

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Brooklyn, New York
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed September 1, 2016

You can see a group of 8 latte stones here and learn about the significance of these megalithic monuments. There are also tunnels which were used during WWII (and are now used by the homeless). The park is now named after Senator Angel Leon Guerrero Santos, with a memorial to him at the entrance of the park.

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Thank Robert D
Guam, Mariana Islands
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed July 21, 2016

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 bubbles Reviewed July 14, 2016

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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Guam
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed July 13, 2016 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 bubbles Reviewed July 4, 2016 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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