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A trip to Guam is like visiting the four exotic corners of the globe. Many people consider Guam one of the most interesting places in Micronesia. In addition to the indigenous Chamorros and 'stateside' Americans, Guam boasts large populations of Filipinos, Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, and Micronesian Islanders, as well as a few Vietnamese, Indians, and Europeans. Furthermore there are some interesting historical landmarks to explore. The graceful remains of Spanish buildings, the Plaza De Espana, and stone bridges may be seen in Agana, which is Guam's capital. (For more on Agana, see below).
It is an important US Military Base.
You must have a U.S. visa to go to Guam uless you are an American Citizen aswell as a passport.
November 08, 2006 change by travel_star