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July 2015 “Find Your Park” on Guam: Free Programs

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July 07, 2015

Across the nation, the National Park Service is gearing up for its 100th birthday in August 2016. The War in the Pacific National Historical Park joins this campaign and encourages the public to “Find Your Park” on Guam.

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The wonders of Palau

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July 03, 2015

Alii! (Welcome or Hello)
Lost in a great expanse of deep blue ocean, there lies a living Eden, one of the few remaining paradises on Earth - PALAU. With untouched beauty that can only be found in this remote corner of the...

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The legend of Two Lovers Point on Guam

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July 03, 2015

Editor’s note: Guam has many ancient sites that are sacred to its native Chamorro people and believed to harbor honored ancestral spirits. Two Lovers Point, a cliff line towering over Tumon Bay in northern Guam, is perhaps the most legendary...

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Pictographic narrative in Gadao’s Cave at mouth of Inarajan Bay Guam.

Discover the mystery of Gadao’s Cave

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July 04, 2015

One of the best examples of Chamorro cave art can be found in Inarajan at what is known as Gadao’s Cave. This limestone cave is located above the shoreline, approximately four meters inland. Previous archeological work had been done in the mid-...

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