An important part of Northern Guam is the South Pacific Memorial Park, which is located on the site of an old underground Japanese command post constructed by General Hideyoshi Obata. Located in Yigo Village, the memorial park stands as a solemn reminder of a time in history that no one hopes will happen again. The battle in the South Pacific during World War II took the lives of over half a million Americans, Japanese, Guamanians, and Pacific Islanders.
There are three reasons why tourists should come and see South Pacific Memorial Peace Park. First is to honor all the brave soldiers [Read more…]