Guam virtual tours: San Antonio Bridge & Sirena Park

Guam virtual tours: San Antonio Bridge & Sirena Park

by Guam Visitors Bureau
Guam Visitors Bureau

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a new view.

San Antonio Bridge, one of several surviving stone bridges on the island. It was built in 1800 and spanned the Agaña River until the river was diverted in 1946. Beside the bridge is a statue of Sirena, Guam’s legendary mermaid.

The San Antonio Bridge is a less visited area so it’s a good place for sitting and chatting. The bridge was originally built over a river, but now there is no water since the river was diverted. It’s located in Agana across the boat basin and can be seen from Marine Drive.

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