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This small park in Agana, Guam has original Latte Stones that were used to elevate homes prior to colonization. It also has some WWII caves that the Japanese constructed with POW's. It's a well shaded park and nicely landscaped.
Latte stone park is located in Hagatna across the Plaza de Espana. It contains a collection of Latte Stones which may have had various uses. These stones weigh a few Tons and are a mystery as to how they were made.
Surprisingly we could not find a nearby parking place, so we eventually parked at a nearby Shopping Centre and walked to the Park. I was very pleasant park with shade from the very sunny day. There are a set of 'latte' brought from somewhere remote...More
We really enjoyed the botanicals in the little park. It's really easy to find, and it's free! It's near the library. We did a whole day of siteSeeing on our war/ history day and this was a great stop. The kids had fun playing hide...More
This pleasant little park shows fine examples of latte stones made by the ancient Chamorros. The stones vary in height, but these are about 7 feet high or so. No one really knows why the stones were built - theories include holding up houses -...More
Really nice park (clean w/lots of shade). It's one of those places that you have to visit if you come to Guam. Not a whole day type of event... But more like an hour tops. There's also a nuclear fallout shelter or something like that...More
Nothing to write home about. Finding it was difficult just because it's tucked away and is pretty small.
If you do find it, don't bother parking. Whatever this attraction has to offer can be seen from your car window, really. Well, unless you're the picture...More