The Taleyfac Spanish Bridge is a stone arch bridge in Agat, Guam that crosses the Taleyfac River. It’s 36 feet (11m) long and 15 feet (4.6m) wide. It originally had wood timber flooring, which has long ago been replaced.
The bridge was built before and the United States took over de facto colonial control of Guam in 1898 from the Spanish.Tags: Agat, Attractions, History, Spanish
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