Name Of The Place (Post#34) : Fort Santa Agueda
Fort Santa Agueda is the last and only surviving Spanish fort in Hagåtña, at the top of Apugan Hill. The fort now commonly called Fort Apugan with strategic view of Hagatna and the western coast of the island. Though the fort has not been maximized its usage when it was built in 1800 due to the Galleon Trade between Acapulco and Manila has been stopped, the fort served different purposes for different times and now registered as park. These photos are part of Guam Adventure Photo Collection April 2017.