A relic of ancient Chamorro culture, Latte stones are the pillars of traditional Chamorro houses and can be found at various sites around the island. Today they are an iconic part of Guam's natural landscape and indigenous culture.
Magellan Point commemorates the area of southern Guam where renowned explorer Ferdinand Magellan allegedly made landfall centuries ago.
Once Guam's most populated area, Hagatna houses Guam's government seat. Today a trio of Spanish cannons overlooks Hagatna Bay, a remnant of Fort Santo Agueda, which once protected Hagatna harbor until the city was surrendered during the Spanish American War.