(1) The stream at the historic farm of Havrå connects the mountain, the field and the fjord.  Havrå, whose history stretches back to the Bronze Age, is protected by the Norwegian government.  On the farm, the field and the old sharing of the cultivated land are still intact.  (2)  The megalithic ruins known as latte symbolize the ancient culture of the Chamorro people of the Mariana Islands.  Latte are stone pillars and capitals that supported houses in complex village systems until the late 1600s prior to massive societal change under Spanish rule.  Part 1 of 2.

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From the Ancient Past: The Latte Stones of Guam (Rudoph Villaverde)

From Conquest to Colonization: Spain in the Marianas 1690-1740 (Micronesian Seminar, Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia)

Guam History and Culture (Guam-Online.com)


Havrå (Wikipedia)


History of Norway (Wikipedia)

Museum Center in Hordaland