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  1. A Strategic Profile of Aruba, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Aruba Research Group, The Aruba Research Group, 2000-04-25
  2. Aruban Culture: Culture of Aruba, Djucu, List of Aruban Films, Balashi
  3. ARUBA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by LUC ALOFS, 2001
  4. Eye on Aruba Bonaire Curacao: History, Culture and Nature of the ABC Islands by Jeannette Van Ditzhuijzen, 2003

1. Aruba Culture And Festivals
Many of Aruba's cultural attractions reflect the island's Dutch heritage; here's where to find information on music, dance, traditions, and annual festivals and cultural events.
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  • Many of Aruba's cultural attractions reflect the island's Dutch heritage; here's where to find information on music, dance, traditions, and annual festivals and cultural events.
    Top Aruba Events and Festivals
    There's plenty going on in Aruba no matter what time of year you visit, so it's that much sweeter when you can plan your visit to coincide with one of the island's many great cultural events. Here's my picks for the best annual Aruba events, festivals, concerts, and more.
    Learn Papiamento
    Spoken only in the Dutch ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao), Papiamento (or Papiamentu), is a combination of Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish and English (with a few French and Indian words thrown in as well). zSB(3,3)
    Soul Beach Music Festival
    Soul music artists and fans flock to Aruba every May.
    Aruba Regatta
    The annual highlight of the Aruba sailing community.

    2. Aruba FYI - Aruba Culture - Art Galleries And Museums On Aruba
    Aruba boasts a variety of cultural endeavors, primarily centered around music and festivals, the largest of which is the annual Culturama (formerly known as Carnival).
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    Search The Web Search This Site Home About Contact Aruba Culture - Art Galleries and Museums on Aruba Aruba boasts a variety of cultural endeavors, primarily centered around music and festivals, the largest of which is the annual Culturama (formerly known as Carnival). Museum of Nevis History
    The Museum of Nevis History
    The Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm, and on Saturdays from 9am to noon (hours subject to change - please check with the museum before visiting) . The cost of admission is US$5.00 for non-nationals.
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    3. Travel In Aruba - Caribbean - America - Culture - WorldTravelGate.net-
    Aruba Culture . The westernmost of the Caribbean islands, Aruba lies just 18 miles off the coast of Venezuela and 42 miles west of Curacao.
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    Aruba - Culture The westernmost of the Caribbean islands, Aruba lies just 18 miles off the coast of Venezuela and 42 miles west of Curacao. The island covers an area of 70 square miles, 20 miles at its longest and 6 miles at its widest. Approximately 81,000 people reside here full time, and more than 540,000 visit during the course of a year. The southern, leeward side of the island is famous for its long stretches of powdery white sand beach, while the northern coast features a rugged and dramatic landscape and secluded coves ideal for swimming. Arubans are gymnastic linguists, many of them speaking four languages: Dutch, English, Spanish and Papiamento, sometimes in the same conversation. Papiamento is a melodious language derived from every culture that has impacted on the region, including traces of Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, French and local Indian languages. It's spoken throughout the Netherlands Antilles but is more Spanish-based on Aruba, an indication of the island's closer ties with the South American mainland. Making an effort to use a few Papiamento words will delight your Aruban hosts. Bon bini (welcome) is the first Papiamento you'll come across. Another word you'll hear is dushi, which means sweet or lovely; women will hear it more than men. The Arawak heritage is stronger on Aruba than on most Caribbean islands, though the indigenous language and culture did not last long into the 19th century. No full-blooded Indians remain, but the features of the islanders clearly indicate their genetic heritage. The majority of the population is descended from Arawak, Dutch and Spanish ancestors. Arawak petroglyphs can be seen in several parts of the island, including Fontein cave in the Arikok National Park, and an Indian village is still being excavated at Tanki Flip. Artefacts on view in Oranjestad's Archaeological Museum give clues to the customs of daily and ceremonial Arawak life: there are burial urns and a bone spatula thought to have been used as a vomiting stick to prepare men for ceremonies.

    4. Culture Of Aruba - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Official site for Government of Aruba; Aruba culture Details on the culture of Aruba
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    Culture of Aruba
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards The specific problem is: May 2009s not reflect by header, tone etc . Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (May 2009) Aruba , one of the many islands that make up the Caribbean , was first discovered and claimed by the Spanish in 1499. Yet evidence and records show that the Spanish were definitely not the first people on the island. In fact, painted petrographs left behind on walls and the ceilings of caves to excavated ancient artifacts of the Arawaks have been found in Aruba. Precisely for this information, many do in fact believe that the Caiquetios, people's of the Arawak tribe that migrated north from the Orinoco Basin in South America , were the very first inhabitants of the island. Although the Spanish were in control of Aruba for many years, the Eighty Years' War between Spain and the Netherlands soon gave the Dutch the upper hand. Finally in 1636 the Spanish handed over the island to the Dutch. Years later, the English took over Aruba for a brief period, but it quickly returned under Dutch rule in 1816 and remained that way until 1985, when Aruba became a separate entity within the kingdom of the Netherlands.

    5. Aruba Culture Aruba History
    Complete, objective information on Aruba travel, including photos and reviews. Add your own wikistyle contributions.
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    6. UK Guide To Aruba
    A site giving information to the independent UK traveller about the Caribbean island of Aruba, its culture, activities, how to get there, and finding accommodation.
    http://www.angelfire.com/de3/ukguidearuba/
    UK Guide To Aruba
    It's the best kept secret in the Caribbean. And it's our mission to share that secret with you. Here is the first UK guide to the beautiful Caribbean island of Aruba, especially created by independent travellers, for the independent traveller. Click on the beach volleyball, and join those who have discovered the magic of Aruba - One Happy Island!

    7. Aruba Culture | Aruba-guide.info
    This Dutch island has a unique culture. Learn more about Aruba's people.
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    Aruba's fascinating culture can be traced back to its unique past
    One Happy People Aruba's culture is unique in the Caribbean because it is defined more by geography than by history. While other islands suffered from the squabbling of European nations, Aruba remained relatively unwanted because its desert land was not good for sugar production. This lack of plantation-style farming also kept Aruba relatively free from the African slave trade and the troubles it caused in other nations. Despite other slavery issues, Aruba was extremely peaceful, and this peace is certainly evident today.
    Arawak Heritage
    The island of Aruba, though originally settled by the Spanish, was quickly repossessed by the Dutch when the Spanish abandoned it after determining it was useless for cultivating cash crops. Because there was little use for slavery on the island, the Caiquetos, part of the Arawak nation of Native Americans native to the island, were shipped to the mines of Hispaniola. When gold was discovered on this seemingly-barren island, the Dutch brought back the Arawak slaves. Arawaks formed the majority of the slave class; as a result, there were few African slaves on Aruba. Ironically, this gives Aruba the distinction of having one of the longest lasting non-integrated Arawak tribes in the region, though there are no longer any full-blooded Arawaks on the island. The last pure Arawak lived until 1862, while most other Arawak tribes had been wiped out in the 1600s.

    8. Aruba History | IExplore
    Alonzo de Ojeda discovered Aruba in 1499, claiming the island for Spain. However, the Spaniards did not consider the island worth colonizing and left the original Arawak Indian
    http://www.iexplore.com/dmap/Aruba/History

    9. Aruba - History
    The Original Official Travel Guide Regional information about Aruba including history and culture, accommodations, activities, points of interest, transportation and travel tips
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    ... Geographia Home Aruba: History The Original Official Homepage of the Aruba Tourism Authority History and Culture The first people to inhabit the island were a nation of Arawak Indians called the Caiquetios who migrated north from the Orinoco Basin in South America and settled here approximately 2,000 years ago. Remnants of their culture can still be found at a number of different sites around the island: pottery, earthenware, and other artefacts at the Archeological Museum in Oranjestad and at the Historical Museum of Aruba at Fort Zoutman and William III Tower; and cave drawings and petroglyphs in the Fontein and Guadiriki Caves and at Arikok National Park Bushiribana on the northeast coast, the ruins of an old pirate castle still remain standing. Aruba Home
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    10. Been There | Tips | ARUBA | Culture
    The Numismatic museum of Aruba has made a numismatic timeline of their country. Coins circulating since Spanish settlers, later Dutch and even British occupation.
    http://www.ivebeenthere.co.uk/places/netherlands-antilles/aruba/tips/culture

    11. Aruba's History, Culture, Churches, Flora, Fauna
    General information about Aruba's history, government, currency, economy, flora fauna and with a Aruba map
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    Medical Facilities ... Map of Aruba and Caribbean Visitor Tips Getting married on Aruba Aruba is among the most southern of the Lesser Antilles islands ( ABC islands Aruba Bonaire Curacao ) and is the farthest west of that group. It's a mere 15 miles (24 km) from the coast of Venezuela. On a clear day the Venezuelan mainland is visible from the south-eastern coast, and about 42 miles (67 km), or 20 minutes by airplane, to our nearest Caribbean neighbour, Curacao. The oblong island is fronted by heavy surf and a jagged coast on our northern, windward side and by seven miles (11 km) of honey-colored sand beaches on the southern leeward coast. It's some 75 square miles (193 km2) in area and measures about five miles (8 km) at it widest point and 19 miles (30 km) in length. Aruba is an easy island to get around, the road systems are in good shape, well-marked,and, let's face it, it's hard to get lost for too long on an island where the coast is never more than 3 miles away. Why Aruba?

    12. Aruba Travel Guide - Vacation And Travel Information On The Caribbean Island Of
    Aruba Culture and History First inhabited by the Arawak indians and colonized by the Dutch, Aruba has enjoyed three major economic boons during its history gold, oil, and tourism.
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  • zSB(3,3) Aruba may not be a tropical paradise (in fact, it has an arid desert-like landscape), but its mix of predictable year-round weather outside the hurricane zone, friendly people, and ample resorts and attractions have made this Dutch-flavored island one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean.
    Aruba Basic Travel Information
    • Location: In the southern Caribbean Sea just off the coast of Venezuela.
    • Size: About 70 square miles/185 square kilometers (19.6 miles long, 6 miles wide).
    • Capital: Oranjestad
    • Language: Dutch, Papiamento, English, Spanish
    • Religions: Roman Catholic, Protestant
    • Currency: Aruban florin; U.S. dollar widely accepted.

    13. Aruba Culture
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    CULTURE Aruba's 88,000 inhabitants reflect it's history of settlement, acquisition, and immigration. The native Aruban population has ethnic roots in Arawak, African, and European peoples, reflected in the local foods, architecture, celebrations, and languages, and you'll find a healthy mix of expatriates, about 10,000, from Europe, the Caribbean, and Latin America working in various industries on our island. Culturally, aruba has strong ties to Holland, it's colonial occupier and presen-day partner in the Netherlands kingdom. The official language of the island is Dutch, seen on street signs, government documents, and several local newspapers. English is spoken by most Arubans, particularly those in the tourism business. The island's lingua franca, however, is Papiamento, a lyrical language that envolved from Spanish and Portuguese, Dutch, some French, English, and a smattering of African languages. To the ear papaiamneto sounds a great deal like Spanish, and it's not surprising that Spanish-speaking visitors from Venezuela and other Latin American countries have little problem communicating on the island. The language is thought to have envolved in Curacao during the 16th century, when slaves and their Spanish owners developed common ground in which to communicate. Keeping in mind that spelling varies within the language, and among the islands that use it (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao).

    14. Aruba:@:Culture_and_Conduct_or_Local_Customs - Tourist Information And Traveling
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    15. Aruba: Culture - TripAdvisor
    Inside Aruba Culture Before you visit Aruba, visit TripAdvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travelers by travelers.
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    16. Aruba | Culture-Site.com
    Aruba’s culture is unique in the Caribbean because it is defined more by geography than by history.
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    17. Aruba-culture - Www
    The first people to inhabit the island were a nation of Arawak Indians called the Caiquetios who migrated north from the Orinoco Basin in South America and settled here
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    18. Aruba Flag, Aruba Culture, And Aruba History, Map
    Overview of Aruba, including flag, history, economy, cultural customs, and people.
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    Aruba (Netherlands) Aruba is located in the southern Caribbean, to the west of the Lesser Antilles. An area of 193 square kilometers is home to a population of 96,000, most of whom are Indians and mixed-blooded descendants of white Europeans. Residents are Catholic and the official language is Dutch, although Pa Biman, Spanish, and English are also spoken. The currency is the Aruba and the capital is Oranjestad.

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    Occidental Resorts in Aruba Occidental Grand Aruba. Aruba’s rich Dutch culture is showcased from motor coach in a Site Seeing Tour to the Discover Aruba tour which includes
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