Dededo, Guam

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Dededo
Village
Coordinates: 13°30′55″N 144°50′10″E / 13.5153°N 144.8361°E / 13.5153; 144.8361Coordinates: 13°30′55″N 144°50′10″E / 13.5153°N 144.8361°E / 13.5153; 144.8361
Country United States
Territory Guam
Government
 • Mayor Melissa B. Savares
 • Vice mayor Andrew “Peter Daigo” A. Benavente
Area
 • Total 30 sq mi (100 km2)
Population (2000[1])
 • Total 42,980
 • Ethnic groups 45
Time zone ChST (UTC+10)
Village Flower Gardenia jasminoides

Dededo is the largest city in Guam. Dededo has a population of about 47,000 people. Dededo has an area of about 30 miles.

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References[change | change source]

  1. 2000 Census of Population and Housing: GuamPDF (1.73 MiB), (rev. May 2004) p. 38