Maina is a village in . Maina is situated west of , and east of .

Notable Places in the Area

, on Guam Highway 7 in Hagåtña, , dates from about 1800, during the 1784-1802 administration of Spanish governor Manuel Moro. Photo: あばさー, Public domain.

The Agana is a stone arch bridge built in 1800 in , during the administration of Spanish governor Manuel Muro. Photo: Daderot, CC0.

The located in central Hagåtña, the capital of the United States territory of , was the location of the Governors Palace during the island's long period of Spanish occupation. Photo: あばさー, Public domain.

Place of worship
is a Roman Catholic cathedral in . Photo: Hajime NAKANO, CC BY 2.0.

Localities in the Area

is one of the nineteen villages in the territory of . Photo: あばさー, Public domain.

is the capital of . It is the island's second smallest village in both area and population. Photo: Wikimedia, CC0.

is a community and census-designated place along the western coast of the U.S. territory of .


13.4685° or 13° 28' 6.4" north
144.7354° or 144° 44' 7.4" east
Open Location Code
197 feet (60 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 5030411015
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Ma`ina

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