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9 Reasons Why You Need to Visit Curaçao

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - December 6, 2016
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The Punda District There’s no more iconic Curacao image than those of the pastel-colored historic buildings that line the waterfront in Punda, Willemstad. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the pedestrianized district comprises a photogenic maze of shops and restaurants you definitely won’t mind getting lost in.


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