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Taleyfac Spanish Bridge

The story behind Guam's hand-cut stones

During Spanish colonial rule on Guam, the Spanish authorities constructed the best churches and the best bridges of large rectangular hand-cut...

June Public Programs at War in the Pacific National Historical Park

June 9, Saturday: 9 am at Apaca Point - “Keep Guam Beautiful” 
This community cleanup will take place at Apaca Point...

Chamorro cultural presentations

If you do nothing else when you visit Guam, discover the essence of Chamorro culture through the intriguing array of cultural presentations...

Thursday nights with the Guam food trucks

Food trucks have taken Guam by storm! Every Thursday night, you can have your selection from a variety of local food trucks that each offer a...

Survival of the quietest: Flying with kids

Ok, maybe I’m bragging … but our daughter has been to 27 countries in 6 years. Considering we only have one child, this is fairly easy for us to...
Ritidian Photos by The Guam Guide and Guampedia

Visit the top historical sites on Guam

Editor’s note: Guam’s beauty is steeped in history. So get out and explore the island and educate yourself on why things look the way they do...

In this historic photo, people crowd the Merizo pier and shore to watch festivities during Malesso’ Fiestan Tasi. The festival is still held annually and includes boat races and other water sports, cultural displays and carnival concessions. Photo by Robert Delf/Guam Museum

Get to know Guam: Merizo

Editor’s note: The U.S. territory of Guam is comprised of 21 villages, many with their own distinct character, history and points of interest...

Spending three perfect days on Guam

It’s no wonder Guam receives one million visitors a year. White sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, and a gentle ocean breeze welcome visitors...

International Destinations: There are so many things to do in Coron

When I first stepped out into Busuanga’s airport in Coron, Palawan, I immediately felt like I was in the movie The Beach and Leonardo DiCaprio...
Senator Angel Leon Guerrero Santos Latte Memorial Park

Take a walk through Guam’s history in Hagatna

In Guam’s capital city of Hagåtña sightseers can take a memorable walk through Guam’s history.  The Heritage Walking Trail, developed by the...

Taking a step into Guam’s history

The village of Umatac is located on the southwestern coast of the island and is home to some of Guam’s most visited scenic and historical sites...

Walk like a Guamanian and learn Guam's vibrant 4000-year history

Guam’s capital village of Hagåtña is dotted with remnants of the island’s vibrant 4,000-year history – from the ancient Chamorro Latte period to...

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