House of Taga, Tinian

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The House of Taga (Chamoru: Guma Taga) is an archeological site located near San Jose Village, on the island of Tinian, United States Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, in the Marianas Archipelago. The site is the location of a series of prehistoric latte stone pillars which were quarried about 4,000 feet (1,200 m) south of the site, only one of which is left standing erect due to past earthquakes. The name is derived from a mythological chief named Taga, who is said to have erected the pillars as a foundation for his own house.
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  • Doest this have anything relation to those statues on Easter Island? big head on the stone. connected by the sea btw these two islands might be possible 
    Doest this have anything relation to those statues on Easter Island? big head on the stone. connected by the sea btw these two islands might be possible  more »
  • Incredible place to visit and walk by. So much history within the site and around the property. Must visit 
    Incredible place to visit and walk by. So much history within the site and around the property. Must visit  more »
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  • Peaceful, amazing iconic remnants of ancient island life.
  • If you come by boat, this would the first tourist sites you'll see making your visit nearly serendipitous. Perfect for pics!

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