Taleyfac Spanish Bridge, Agat

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Bridge · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Taleyfac Spanish Bridge, known locally as Taleyfac Tolai Acho, is a historic stone arch bridge off Guam Highway 2 in Agat, Guam. It crosses the Taleyfac River with two stone arches; it is 36-foot (11 m) long and 15-foot (4.6 m) wide. It originally had wood timber flooring, which has long ago been replaced. One of the arches has been damaged by the removal or loss by erosion of some of its stones.
The bridge was built between 1866 and the United States' acquisition of Guam in 1898, when Guam was under Spanish colonial administration. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
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  • This was much cooler to see when I was a kid, as it was surrounded by more nature. Still very cool to see a bridge that old. Good history lesson for the kids too.  more »
  • Stopped along the drive to view the Talaifak Spanish Bridge located past the Marina beyond Agat. Peaceful scenery and nice photo spot.  more »

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