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A young child poses at Latte Stone Park
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You can experience a different kind of “latte” in Hagatna. Find these huge pillars, or latte stones, at Latte Stone Park. They were used as building supports by the ancient Chamorro people.

Guam's Statue of Liberty in Hagatna
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Hagatna has its very own Statue of Liberty, erected in 1950 by the Boy Scouts of America in honor of the organization’s 40th anniversary.

The Plaza de Espana, a reminder of the city’s Spanish past
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Claimed by the Spanish in 1686, Hagatna was considered the first European city in the Pacific.

Photo: Guam Visitors Bureau

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Aerial view of St. John's south side


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