Guam is known primarily as a sun and sea destination which is also the eastern most territory of the USA. However, it is actually rich in both history and culture. The Indigenous Guamanians are known as the
Chamorros. Guam was colonized by Spain in 1668. The USA took over Guam in 1898 until today apart from the Japanese occupation between 1941 and 1944. Therefore, in addition to the artefacts from the World War II, you will find many historical buildings and remnants which were left behind from Spanish rule, and cultural latte stones and villages of the Chamorros.