The flag of Aruba is a blue, yellow, and red flag with a red star in the top left corner. The symbols on the flag consist of a red star and two yellow stripes.
The red star on the flag represents the four points of the compass, with Aruba having drawn people from around the world. The star also represents the island itself, surrounded by the beautiful blue sea. The horizontal yellow stripes denote the free and separate position that Aruba enjoys within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
The color blue on the flag of Aruba represents the sea and the sky, which are important features of the country's landscape. The color yellow represents the sun and the country's natural abundance. The color red represents the country's vibrant culture and its close ties to the Caribbean region.
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Aruba is an island country located in the southern Caribbean Sea, off the coast of Venezuela. It is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and has a total land area of about 70 square miles. Aruba has a rich history and culture, with a unique blend of Caribbean and Dutch influences.
The history of Aruba dates back to pre-Columbian times, and the island was originally inhabited by indigenous Amerindian tribes. In the 16th century, the island was colonized by the Spanish, and later became a part of the Dutch West India Company. Aruba became a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 1986.
Today, Aruba is known for its stunning natural beauty, with white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and lush tropical vegetation. The island is home to a number of protected areas, including the Arikok National Park, which is home to a variety of plant and animal species, and the Aruba Island Natural Bridge, a natural limestone bridge that has become a popular tourist attraction.
The culture of Aruba is a blend of Caribbean and Dutch influences, with the official languages of the country being Dutch and Papiamento, a creole language spoken on the island. The majority of the population is Roman Catholic, but there are also significant Protestant and Hindu communities. Aruba has a strong tradition of music and dance, with a number of annual festivals and events that celebrate the island's cultural heritage.
|Country codes||AW, ABW (ISO 3166-1)|
|Official languages||Papiamento and Dutch|
|Religion||Roman Catholicism 75%|
|Time zone||UTC−4:00 (AST)|
|Population density||593 per Km2 (1,536 people per mi2)|
|Urban Population||43.6 % of the population is urban (46,511 people in 2020)|
|Median age||41.0 years|
|Total area||The total land area is 180 Km2 (69 sq. miles)|
|Highest point||Mount Jamanota (188 m, 617 ft)|
|Lowest point||Caribbean Sea|
|GDP per capita||$ 29,342 (World Bank, 2021)|
|Currency||Aruban florin (ƒ, AWG)|
|Internet TLD||.aw (click here to find and register domain name)|
|Country Wikipedia Page||Aruba Wikipedia Page|
Main Cities by Population in Aruba