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The latte stones were used as building supports by the ancient Chamorros. These were relocated in the 1950s from an abandoned village sadly destroyed by the Navy. They are cool to see. On site are Japanese tunnels built during WWII, however they were closed. Apparently they were…
You can see eight latte stones showing the Chamorro culture. It was a bit regrettable that it looked like a place where people did not visit.
We were looking for the latte stone featured in the various souvenirs and stumbled upon this park. It wasn't the latte stone we were looking for but it was a nice small park to visit to learn about some local history.
I was over the road having visited the GUAM sign, bandstand and church when I noticed a tour group being taken across the road to this small park. Otherwise I would not have known where these latte stones were bearing in mind that the rental car maps issued on Guam are all…
Beautiful vew of downtown Guam and the tourist area. Two Loverrs Point is in the background. West coast of Guam.