Oceania & Pacific Domains: Guam (.guam.gu)
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.guam.gu registration your Guam domain, click here!.gu is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Guam.
Registrations are free of charge but are limited to people or companies with a contact in Guam, and are limited to third-level registrations beneath second-level names such as .com.gu. There has not been very much use of .gu addresses.
Background Information :
PopulationJuly 2007 estimate 173,456 (179th) - 2000 census 154,805 - Density 320/km2 (37th) 830/sq mi
GDP(PPP) 2000 estimate - Total $3.2 billion (167th) - Per capita $21,000 (35th)
National AnthemFanohge Chamoru
AreaTotal 541.3 km2 (192nd) 209 sq mi - Water (%) negligible
International Dialling Code1 671
CurrencyUnited States dollar (USD)
GovernmentPresident George W. Bush (R) - Governor Felix Perez Camacho (R) - Lieutenant Governor Michael C. Cruz (R)
LanguageEnglish and Chamorro
Motto: "Where America's Day Begins"
Time ZoneChamorro Standard Time (UTC+10) Guam, officially the Territory of Guam, is an island in the western Pacific Ocean and is an organized, unincorporated insular area of the United States. It is one of five U.S. territories with an established civilian government. The island's capital is HagÈÑtÈa (formerly Agana). Guam is the largest and southernmost of the Mariana Islands.
The Chamorros, Guam's indigenous inhabitants, first populated the island approximately 4,000 years ago. The island has a long history of European colonialism beginning in 1668 with the arrival of Spanish settlers including Padre SanVitores, a Catholic missionary. The island was taken over from Spain by the United States during the Spanish American War in 1898. As the largest island in Micronesia and the only American-held island in the region before World War II, Guam was occupied by the Japanese in December 1941, and was subject to fierce fighting when American troops recaptured the island in July 1944. Today, Guam's economy is mainly supported by tourism (primarily from Japan) and U.S. military bases.
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