CURACAO

 

 

Majority spoken Papiamentu (a Spanish-Portuguese-Dutch-English dialect). Official language is Dutch-NLD. Also spoken Spanish-SPA, English-ENG and other.

  • info

    The original inhabitants of Curaçao were Arawak Amerindians. The name “Curaçao” has become associated with a shade of blue, because of the deep-blue version of the liqueur named Curaçao (also known as Blue Curaçao). Today, locally, the island is known as “Dushi Korsou” (Sweet Curaçao). Curaçao is the largest and most populous of the three ABC islands (for ArubaBonaire, and Curaçao).

  • Flag

    Curacao

  • Coat Of Arms

    Curaçao

  • Nationality

    noun:  Curaçaoan(s)
    adjective:  Curaçaoan
  • Population

    145,834 (January 2010 est.)

  • Ethnic Groups

    mixed black 85%, other 15% (includes Carib Amerindian, white, East Asian)

 

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