Agat

Agat (Chamorro: Hagat) is a village on the island of Guam, an unincorporated territory of the United States. It is located south of Apra Harbor on the island’s western shore.

The village is governed by an elected mayor and council. Most of the residents of Agat are ethnic Chamorros, the indigenous people of Guam.

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Some of Agat’s most notable sites are Mount Alifan, the Agat Marina, the Spanish Bridge, War In The Pacific National Historical Park, and Nimitz Hill.

Mount Alifan – Mount Alifan is a peak on the island of Guam. It is located in the southwest of the island.

Nimitz Hill – Nimitz Hill is the home of the United States Navy Commander Naval Forces Marianas located in Asan on the southern half of the island of Guam. It overlooks Talofofo Bay on its western edge.

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