Geography of Guam

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This article describes the geography of Guam.

  • Total: 541.3 km²
  • Land: 541.3 km²
  • Water: 0 km²
  • Arable land: 11%
  • Permanent crops: 11%
  • Permanent pastures: 15%
  • Forests and woodland: 18%
  • Other: 45% (1993 est.)

Extreme points

This is a list of the extreme points of Guam, the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location.

References

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Guam | Cocos Island

Agana Heights | Agat | Asan‑Maina | Barrigada | Chalan‑Pago‑Ordot | Dededo | Hagåtña | Inarajan | Mangilao | Merizo | Mongmong‑Toto‑Maite | Piti | Santa Rita | Sinajana | Talofofo | Tamuning | Umatac | Yigo | Yona

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