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Curacao (pop: 170,000), the largest of the five islands comprising the Netherlands Antilles, lies in the Caribbean Sea 60 kilometers off the Venezuelan coast at a latitude of 12°N, outside the hurricane belt. It is 65 kilometers long and 11 kilometers at its widest, with an area of 448 square kilometers. The landscape is barren, because of low rainfall (560 millimeters a year) which makes for sparse vegetation (consisting mostly of cactus thickets), and although it is not flat, the only significant hill is Mount Christoffel in the northwest, which rises to a height of 375 meters. On a clear you can see Aruba, Bonaire and Venezuela from the top. Deep bays indent the south coast, the largest of which, Schottegat, provides Willemstad with one of the finest harbors in the Caribbean. On the island cactus plants grow up to six meters high, and the characteristic wind-distorted divi divi trees reach three meters, with another three meters or so of branches jutting out away from the wind at right angles to the trunk. The population is truly cosmopolitan, and 79 nationalities are represented, of whom 16 percent were born outside the Netherlands Antilles. Click here to go to Curacao web site.

 

 

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