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Originally settled by Arawak Indians, Curacao was seized by the Dutch in 1634 along with the neighboring island of Bonaire. Once the center of the Caribbean slave trade, Curacao was hard hit by the abolition of slavery in 1863. Its prosperity (and that of neighboring Aruba) was restored in the early 20th century with the construction of the Isla Refineria to service the newly discovered Venezuelan oil fields. In 1954, Curacao and several other Dutch Caribbean possesions were reorganized as the Netherlands Antilles, part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In referenda in 2005 and 2009, the citizens of Curacao voted to become a self-governing country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The change in status became effective in October of 2010 with the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles.

Curacao flag 150x90cm
Dimensions  for flag 1500x900mm
Curacao 150x90cm polyester flag with double stitched hems, the hoist edge has two eyelets.
SKU: C-NTL-S-CUW/L
$22.00
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Curacao flag 90x60cm
Dimensions for flag 1500x900mm
Curacao 90x60cm polyester flag with double stitched hems, the hoist edge has two eyelets.
SKU: C-NTL-S-CUW/M
$16.28
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Country Government Typeconstituent country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands; full autonomy in internal affairs granted in 2010; Dutch Government r
Country CapitalWillemstad
Flag Descriptionon a blue field a horizontal yellow band somewhat below the center divides the flag into proportions of 5:1:2; two five-pointed white stars - the smaller above and to the left of the larger - appear in the canton; the blue of the upper and lower sections symbolizes the sky and sea respectively; yellow represents the sun; the stars symbolize Curacao and its uninhabited smaller sister island of Klein Curacao; the five star points signify the five continents from which Curacao's people derive
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