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Sunrise on Mount Jumullong Manglo
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Mount Jumullong Manglo is a mountain on Southern Guam overlooking Cetti Bay (Elevation - 1,283). Every Good Friday, hundreds of island Christians climb this mountain as a demonstration of their devotion to faith.

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Uploaded: 05/03/2014
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