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Guam
   has the capital   
Hagatna
Even before Spanish settlers arrived in the sixteenth century, the city of Hagatna Guam was a central location for the Chamorro people of Guam. Hagatna Guam was formerly known as Agana, but in 1998 the spelling was changed to more closely match the Chamorro pronunciation. In 1668, the first Spanish missionary to arrive on the island, Padre San Vitores, made his way to the city known today as Hagatna.
Guam
   uses the   
Dollar
US dollar (USD)
.gu
   internet domain is used by   
Guam
Guam
   has the anthem   
Stand Ye Guamanians
Guam
   can be described as   
"Where American's Day Begins"
Guam
   belongs to   
The U.S.A.
209 sq. mi.
Guam
   has the mark   
N
Guam
   is situated in   
Oceania
USA
Guam
   has   
586
Guam
   has a population of   
173,456
53rd among all States and Territories
Guam
   has an area of   
549 Km²
194th
   largest country in the world is   
Guam
549 km²
Guam
   has the country calling code   
+1-671
Guam
   has the time zone   
UTC+10
Chamorro Time Zone (ChST) -- The U.S.A.
Guam
   has the coat of arms   

Territory of USA
Guam
   is located in   
Pacific Remote Islands
Provides habitat for the last remaining populations of the endangered Mariana fruit bat
Aguamenti
   is used to   
Produce a Jet of Water from Your Wand
Used by Fleur Delacour to put out her skirt which is on fire during her challenge against a dragon. The Goblet of Fire (Wikipedia)
Aguamiel
   is   
Unfermented Juice from Roasted Agave
Chile
   is the location of   
Isla Guamblin National Park
Mosto Muerto
   is   
The Product of Fermenting the Aguamiel
Aguamilpa
   Dam is located in   
Mexico
187 m high. 660 m long. Rio Grande de Santiago River






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