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“A corner park historical value”
Review of Latte Stone Park

Latte Stone Park
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$75.00*
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2.5 Hour Small Group Kayaking Adventure with Lunch
Ranked #5 of 16 things to do in Hagatna
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Owner description: 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.
Reviewed May 14, 2018

Went to see this well written wonder--which is located in a a small corner.. so intriguing to see the stones ..awesome place..

Thank yolyg2015
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Reviewed February 20, 2018 via mobile

It is a very small park. Not much to see. But the stone latte is very interesting. You will never know what is it for if you didnt read the sign and see the picture.
Interesting place.

Thank Sam C
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Reviewed October 3, 2017

It is a quiet, serene Park hidden below the foot of the Governor's Official Residence in Hagatña. Latte Stones were placed here for those who do not care to visit ancient sites on the Island. Also on site are gated caves that were made by the occupying Japanese Army in WWII. Private parties were held there, however, this important site is neglected and I do not understand why. The occasional Tourists do visit the Park. A survey would be interesting to see just how Island visitors rate the Park and get their feedback. Visit the site and transport yourself back when culture, tradition, and family meant more than anything else.

Thank CPFam
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Reviewed July 5, 2017

I know the Latte Stones are an important part of the Island Heritage, but the park is in the heart of the city, not in a forest as expected. I did enjoy the visit. The grounds are well maintained and beautiful. Entry to the Japanese caves was an added bonus, but they were closed, which was a bummer. It is not a bad place to visit, just have reasonable expectations. The stones are really cool to see.

Thank snipe49445
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Reviewed June 23, 2017 via mobile

This is a facinating little park reflecting lots of history. It's small and there's not much to see, but it's with a stop if you have the time!

Thank Billy M
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