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Hagatna Heritage Walking Trail nearly complete

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - The finishing touches are being put on the Hagatna Heritage Walking Trail.  In about a month's time, island residents and tourists will have the opportunity to enjoy the two-and-a-half mile trek that winds through 17 historic sites in the island's capital. 

Guam Visitors Bureau General Manager Gerry Perez says the trail not only signifies the accomplishment of the village of Hagatna and the Hagatna Foundation, but it also builds upon the island's unique identity and destination brand capitalizing on the island's cultural heritage and history. 

The heritage walk was funded from a $1.3 million from the U.S. Department of Interior.

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