Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Saipan -- Al exploring the area





I asked if any of you looking at this recognize this area, can you help me out with some information? And I was so glad to get the following information from the "Saipan Blogger." Thank you so much for your comments:
The top picture looks like Hachiman Jinja in Kagman. It is still around and is taken care of by an old man, Mr. Guerrero.
This is hachiman jinja:http://jetapplicant.blogspot.com/2007/09/nihon-university-visit.htmlIt could also be the shrine in Garapan, excuse me but the name escapes me.
The bottom picture is the old bell tower in Garapan. It is still standing. I've never put a picture of it on my blog, but it stands next to a newer church called Christo Rai Church.

3 comments:

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

The top picture looks like Hachiman Jinja in Kagman. It is still around and is taken care of by an old man, Mr. Guerrero.

This is hachiman jinja:

http://jetapplicant.blogspot.com/2007/09/nihon-university-visit.html

It could also be the shrine in Garapan, excuse me but the name escapes me.

The bottom picture is the old bell tower in Garapan. It is still standing. I've never put a picture of it on my blog, but it stands next to a newer church called Christo Rai Church

EW Johnson said...

Great pictures. You can see what the Old German Bell Tower looks like now and read its history on my site:
geocities.com/saipanpictures/GermanBellTower.html

EW Johnson said...

Link above changed to:
http://saipanpictures.blogspot.com/2008/07/german-bell-tower.html