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The map shows Guam, an island in the western Pacific Ocean, southwest of Rota an island of the Northern Mariana Islands.
Guam is situated about 2,100 km (1,300 mi) east of the Philippines and about 1,800 km (1,100 mi) north of Papua New Guinea, the island lies on about the same latitude as Bangkok, Thailand.
Guam belongs to the Mariana Islands of Micronesia. The chain of islands streches along the Mariana Trench, a deep depression in the ocean floor and the deepest part of the world's oceans.
Guam is an organized unincorporated territory of the US, its capital is Hagåtña.
With an area of 549 km² (212 sq. mi) the island is about the size of Hongkong, or three times the size of Washington, DC, it is the largest single island in Micronesia.
Guam has a population of 159,000 people (2010 census).
Depicted on the map are major towns, main roads, Apra Harbor, and major airports, Guam's international airport is AB Won Pat International Airport near Hagåtña (IATA code: GUM).
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|Towns and villages on Guam
The map shows the location of following Guamanian towns and villages:
Agafo Gumas, Agana Heights, Agat, Apra Heights, Asan, Astumbo, Barrigada, Chalan Pago, Dededo (most populated village), Hagåtña (Agana), Inarajan, Lockwood Terrace, Lupog, Maite, Mangilao, Merizo, Mongmong, Oceanview, Ordot, Piti, Santa Rita, Sinajana, Talofofo, Tamuning, Umatac, Yigo, and Yona.
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