Remains of a Pre-War Wall in Hagåtña
Drive all around Hagåtña (who walks?) and you will not see much that makes you think of the past. The Plaza is pretty obvious. The San Antonio Bridge, where Sirena is now, can easily be missed if you're not looking for it. The Lujan House is very visible, but only if you happen to drive down that street. And a few other places.
I wonder if anyone looks at this wall, for example, and remembers that it survived the bombing of World War II.
But will it survive two hard parents? Father Time and Mother Nature?