Hagåtña

Hagåtña is the capital of . It is the island's second smallest village in both area and population. Hagåtña is the seat of local government and one of the island's major commercial districts.

Notable Places in the Area

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

Fort
, 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.

Park
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

, also known as Tamuning-Tumon-Harmon is a village located on the western shore of the territory of . Photo: あばさー, Public domain.

is a village on the eastern shore of the territory of . Photo: Mrgates, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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

Hagåtña

Latitude
13.4773° or 13° 28' 38.4" north
Longitude
144.7522° or 144° 45' 7.9" east
Open Location Code
7R56FQG2+WV
Population
1,050
United Nations Location Code
GU AGA
Elevation
10 feet (3 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 5347890620
Geo­Names ID
4044012
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Agana
  • Afrikaans: Hagatna
  • Afrikaans: Hagåtña
  • Arabic: Hagåtña
  • Arabic: هاجاتنا
  • Arabic: هاغاتنا
  • Arabic: هاغاتنيا
  • Armenian: Խագատնա
  • Armenian: Հագատնա
  • Asturian; Bable: Agaña
  • Azerbaijani: Haqatna
  • Basque: Agana
  • Basque: Hagatna
  • Basque: Hagatña
  • Basque: Hagåtña
  • Belarusian: Агана
  • Belarusian: Аганья
  • Belarusian: Вёска Аганья
  • Belarusian: Хагатна
  • Bosnian: Hagatna
  • Bosnian: Hagåtña
  • Breton: Hagåtña
  • Bulgarian: Хагатна
  • Catalan: Agana
  • Catalan: Agaña
  • Catalan: Hagåtña
  • Cebuano: Hagåtña
  • Chamorro: Hagåtña
  • Chinese: Hagåtña
  • Chinese: 哈格納
  • Chinese: 阿加尼亚 / 阿加尼亞
  • Chinese: 阿加尼亚
  • Croatian: Hagåtña
  • Czech: Agana
  • Czech: Hagåtña
  • Danish: Agana
  • Danish: Hagåtña
  • Dutch: Agana
  • Dutch: Agaña
  • Dutch: Hagatna
  • Dutch: Hagåtña
  • English: Agana, GU
  • English: Agana, Guam
  • English: Agana
  • English: Agaña
  • English: Hagatna, GU
  • English: Hagatna, Guam
  • English: Hagatna
  • English: Hagåtña, Guam
  • Esperanto: Agano
  • Esperanto: Hagatna
  • Esperanto: Hagåtña
  • Estonian: Agana
  • Estonian: Agaña
  • Estonian: Hagatna
  • Estonian: Hagåtña
  • Finnish: Agana
  • Finnish: Agaña
  • Finnish: Hagåtna
  • Finnish: Hagåtña
  • French: Agana
  • French: Agaña
  • French: Hagatna
  • French: Hagåtña
  • Gallegan: Agaña - Hagatña
  • Gallegan: Agaña
  • Georgian: ჰაგატნა
  • German: Agaña
  • German: Hagatna
  • German: Hagåtña
  • Greek: Αγκάνα
  • Greek: Χαγκάτνια
  • Hebrew: האגטנה
  • Hindi: हगातना
  • Hungarian: Hagatna
  • Icelandic: Hagåtña
  • Ido: Agana
  • Iloko: Hagåtña
  • Indonesian: Agana
  • Indonesian: Hagatna
  • Indonesian: Hagåtña
  • Italian: Agana
  • Italian: Hagåtña
  • Japanese: アガナ
  • Japanese: ハガッニャ
  • Japanese: ハガニア
  • Kazakh: Хагатна
  • Korean: 아가냐
  • Korean: 하가냐
  • Korean: 하갓냐
  • Korean: 허갓냐
  • Lao: Hagåtña, Guam
  • Latvian: Aganja
  • Latvian: Hagātņa
  • Lithuanian: Agana
  • Lithuanian: Aganija
  • Lithuanian: Aganja
  • Lithuanian: Hagatna
  • Macedonian: Хагатња
  • Marathi: हागत्न्या
  • Marathi: हेगात्न्या
  • Min Nan Chinese: Hagåtña
  • Nauru: Hagåtña
  • Norwegian: Hagåtña
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Agana
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Agaña
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Hagatna
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Hagåtna
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Hagåtña
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Hagåtña
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: Agaña
  • Occitan (post 1500); Provençal: Hagåtña
  • Persian: هاگاتنا
  • Persian: هاگاتنیا
  • Polish: Agana
  • Polish: Agania
  • Polish: Agańa
  • Polish: Hagatna
  • Polish: Hagåtna
  • Polish: Hagåtña
  • Portuguese: Agana
  • Portuguese: Aganha
  • Portuguese: Hagåtña
  • Pushto: هاګاتنیا
  • Romanian: Hagåtña
  • Russian: Агана
  • Russian: Аганья
  • Russian: Хаганья
  • Russian: Хагатна
  • Sardinian: Hagåtña
  • Scots: Hagåtña, Guam
  • Scots: Hagåtña
  • Serbian: Хагатња
  • Serbo-Croatian: Agana
  • Serbo-Croatian: Agaña
  • Serbo-Croatian: Hagatna
  • Serbo-Croatian: Hagåtña
  • Shona: Hagåtña
  • Slovak: Agana
  • Slovak: Agaña
  • Slovak: Hagatna
  • Slovak: Hagåtña
  • South Azerbaijani: هاقاتنا، قوام
  • Spanish: Agaña
  • Spanish: Hagatna
  • Spanish: Hagatña
  • Spanish: Hagåtna
  • Spanish: Hagåtña
  • Swedish: Agana
  • Swedish: Agaña
  • Swedish: Hagåtña
  • Tajik: Хагатна
  • Tamil: அகாத்ன
  • Tamil: அகாத்னா
  • Tatar: Һагатна
  • Thai: ฮากัตญา
  • Thai: ฮากาตญา
  • Turkish: Agana
  • Turkish: Hagatna
  • Turkish: Hagåtña
  • Ukrainian: Аганья
  • Ukrainian: Хагатна
  • Urdu: هاگاتنا
  • Vietnamese: Hagåtña
  • Waray (Philippines): Hagåtña
  • Wu Chinese: 阿加尼亚
  • Yue Chinese: 哈格納
  • Agadna
  • Agana -1998
  • Aguana
  • Akashi - JP renamed WW2
  • Akashi
  • City of Ignacio de Agana
  • City of Saint Ignacio de Agana
  • Ciudad de San Ignacio de Agana
  • Hagadna
  • Jagatna
  • San Ignacio de Agana *
  • Ville d'Agana

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