Paga Hill World War II Relics

There might be almost 100 years between World War II and now, but it’s impossible to forget the significance of Port Moresby in the battle. In fact, Paga Hill, the site currently being developed by Paga Hill Development Company (PHDC), still houses many historical relics from the war. Read our blog: http://bit.ly/2r7flBv Gudmundur 'Gummi' Fridriksson, Paga Hill Estate, Paga Hill Development Company, PHDC, PNG, Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, World War II Relics, WWII, History.
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Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

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Exploring World War II Relics

Exploring World War II Relics

Paga Hill World War II Relics

Mixed use development of a 14 hectare point, surrounded by water and abutting the Port Moresby central business district.

Paga HIll Estate Artist Impression featuring WWII Relics

Paga HIll Estate Artist Impression featuring WWII Relics

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Aerial photo of the Naval Station (and Loop Hut) location on Paga Hill. The loop “tail” cables came in about 350 m from the point known as Bogirohodobi. The rock jetty up near Ela Beach is a later construction. Image via Indicator Loops

Aerial photo of the Naval Station (and Loop Hut) location on Paga Hill. The loop “tail” cables came in about 350 m from the point known as Bogirohodobi. The rock jetty up near Ela Beach is a later construction. Image via Indicator Loops

Paga Hill Development Company’s CEO Gudmundur ‘Gummi’ Fridriksson, Architect Paul Gallagher & COO George Hallit on site at Paga Hill's World War II Relics.

Paga Hill Development Company’s CEO Gudmundur ‘Gummi’ Fridriksson, Architect Paul Gallagher & COO George Hallit on site at Paga Hill's World War II Relics.

Paga Hill Development Company’s CEO Gudmundur ‘Gummi’ Fridriksson, Architect Paul Gallagher & COO George Hallit on site at Paga Hill's World War II Relics.

Paga Hill Development Company’s CEO Gudmundur ‘Gummi’ Fridriksson, Architect Paul Gallagher & COO George Hallit on site at Paga Hill's World War II Relics.

Paga Hill Development Company’s architect Paul Gallagher from Studio GA discusses the importance of retention and restoration of World War II relics on the Paga Hill site, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Paga Hill Development Company’s architect Paul Gallagher from Studio GA discusses the importance of retention and restoration of World War II relics on the Paga Hill site, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Paga Hill Development Company’s CEO Gudmundur ‘Gummi’ Fridriksson, Architect Paul Gallagher & COO George Hallit on site at Paga Hill's World War II Relics

Paga Hill Development Company’s CEO Gudmundur ‘Gummi’ Fridriksson, Architect Paul Gallagher & COO George Hallit on site at Paga Hill's World War II Relics

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

Paga Hill site holds relics from World War II

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