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Downtown Pago Pago and its surroundings are dotted with historic colonial buildings such as the 1904 Courthouse of American Samoa, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Also on the register is the Sadie Thompson Building, which...

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Rte 6, Eastern District, American Samoa

Also known as Mount Pioa, 523-meter-high (1,716-foot-high) Rainmaker Mountain is credited with trapping clouds, which results in Pago Pago's receiving the highest annual rainfall of any harbor around the world. It’s possible to get a closer...

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Fagatogo, Eastern District 96799, American Samoa

The Jean P. Haydon Museum, set in a 1917 U.S. Navy commissary that later served as a post office, features exhibits on local history, sea life, kava making and traditional handicrafts. One of the highlights is a display of a small Samoa flag and...

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Road 001, Utulei, Eastern District, American Samoa

Located on the western end of Pago Pago Harbor, overlooking the harbor entrance, you'll find two six-inch naval guns that were originally placed here by the U.S. Marines after the attack on Pearl Harbor to fortify the strategic base in American...

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American Samoa

The National Park of American Samoa spans the islands of Tutuila, Tau and Ofu and was established primarily to protect the area’s tropical rain forest. On Tutuila, the park runs from the ridge above Pago Pago Harbor to the northern coast....

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Vatia, Eastern District, American Samoa

The village of Vatia on the northern side of the island offers a remote beach flanked by jungle as well as views of Pola Tai, or Pola Island, renowned for its steep cliffs, seabird colonies and wild waves. The rest of the world’s air...

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Tucked behind a religious statue behind the Cathedral of the Holy Family in Tafuna, you'll find one of the island's several tia seu lupe, or star mounds. This example, three meters (almost 10 feet) high, is one of the best-preserved and most...

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Situated at the westernmost point of Tutuila, Cape Taputapu National Natural Landmark holds the distinction of being the last place the sun sets each day. The cape’s shoreline features volcanic rocks and blowholes sculpted by strong wave...

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Pago Pago, Eastern District, American Samoa

The Fagatogo Market, which debuted in 2010, is a place for farmers and fishermen to hawk their fruits and vegetables, as well as their latest catch from the sea. Locals come to socialize, and the market can get busy Saturday mornings and Friday...

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Got good taste? Charlie the Tuna, the longtime mascot for StarKist, has his own statue outside the StarKist canning company in Atu'u on the north shore of Pago Pago Harbor. Wearing his signature Greek fisherman's cap and Coke-bottle glasses, the...