Sunday, April 22, 2012


The village mayors all over Guam have been creating murals in the past few years, to highlight their village histories and landmarks.  They take advantage of the largest retaining walls they can find along heavily traveled streets.

The retaining wall just outside the friary makes a great spot for a mural.

They were gracious enough to include the friary as a landmark depicted in the mural.

Here's how the retaining wall looks....

The wall, by the way, is owned by the government, not the friary.

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