A small park across the road from Spain's Square is densely wooded. Eight Latites representing Chamorro culture have been moved here. Close to the hillside are two air defense entrances.
On the opposite side of a road behind Spanish Square, there is a small open park, but it is shady and pleasant. The landmark building is the eight Latites representing Chamorro civilization.
It is necessary to visit the Lati Stone Park, which is opposite the Guam Administration Building. The park is large and has a long history. There are many beautiful boulders in the park. It feels great to visit here. The scenery is really wonderful.
Tilla Stone Park is near the Spanish Square. It's on the side of the road. When it arrives, it turns out that it's very small, so it's easy to overlook. Here are some small stones like mushrooms, which are said to be houses formerly inhabited in Guam.
The Latite Park is on the side of the road. Seeing small stones one by one is actually a house in Guam a long time ago. It's very special. Every small stone is like the scenic spot of Perth's Stonehenge.
Lady Stone Park is a small attraction, behind St. Mary's Church, where you can see the houses of the former islanders, which are similar to the shape of the peaks of Stonehenge in Western Australia. There are many tourists and it is a free attraction.
The second scenic spot is Lati Stone Park, where chicken feathers are big. Latite is the cornerstone of Guam's housing construction, so which house has more cornerstones is the chieftain's home. The bomb shelter is said to be due to Kim Sang-fat's threat to repair Guam.
Latite is the main material for the Chamorro people to build houses in ancient times. They used Latite as pillars and cornerstones to build thatch roofs on it. There are several ancient Latites in the park which are relics of the past.
On the opposite side of the Guam Executive Building, the park is a good place to exercise early after entering. You can breathe fresh air and then go deep. It's basically the beach and the beach. Let's have a look at the scenery.
There are many small pillars like mushrooms in it. You can look at them and see that they have a certain history, but they are still quite tasty, a little cartoon, but they also have a sense of vicissitudes of history.