Its been a while, yes I know. Last weekend I received the photo's of Curacao's Flag Day that's I'm writing this new blog.
I LOVE CURACAO
Curacao celebrates Curacao Flag Day as a public holiday.
Every year the island of Curacao come alive with various folklore activities and cultural events on Curacao's Flag Day.
Curaçao's Flag Day creates a heady patriotic atmosphere on the small Caribbean island. Official ceremonies and an extensive program of cultural events take place in Willemstad's Plaza Brion and the north-western village of Barber.
The flag of Curaçao represents the Country of Curaçao as well as the island area within the Netherlands Antilles from 1984 until its dissolution. The flag is a blue field with a horizontal yellow stripe slightly below the midline and two white, five-pointed stars in the canton.
The blue symbolises the sea and sky (the bottom and top blue sections, respectively) divided by a yellow stroke representing the bright sun which bathes the island. The two stars represent Curaçao and Klein Curaçao, but also 'Love & Happiness'. The five points on each star symbolise the five continents from which Curaçao's people come.
ShennaVision @ Willemstad, Punda-- Renaissance
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