Guam is an unincorporated territory of the USA (which means it’s controlled by US, but is not part of it) in the Pacific Ocean. The original inhabitants of Guam were the Chamorro people.
The Two Lovers Point, a cliff line towering over Tumon Bay in northern Guam, is pictured on this postcard and take it’s name from the legend of the Chamorro people. The same one you can probably find in any other culture’s – beautiful girl, chiefs daughter, runs away from the arranged marriage plans, falls in love with another guy, and they eventually jump of a cliff together. Today, the Two Lovers Point is a park, and a a popular location for weddings.