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Aruba, located 29 kilometers off Venezuela, is also one of the Netherlands Antilles islands in the south of the Caribbean. Aruba, which is one of the three islands referred to as ABC Islands, is also accepted as one of the four countries that make up the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Aruba, whose capital is Oranjestad, is also connected with the Netherlands in terms of administration, and the King of the Netherlands is also considered the president of Aruba. Five major industries are the backbone of the island's economy. These are tourism, gold mining, phosphate mining, aloe vera production and gasoline production. The currency of the island, which produces high value-added products, is Florin, which was the currency of the Netherlands before Euro. The money, called Aruba Florin, has almost equal value with Dollar and Euro.
The island, which is home to a population of around 100 thousand, is also suitable for tourism as the mean lowest annual temperature is 20 degrees. Aruba, which hosts many famous beaches, also has buildings remaining from the Dutch and Spanish colonial periods. Queen Beatrix Airport, which is the island's only airport, is located in the capital Oranjestad. Located 4 kilometers away from Rancho in the city center, the airport can be reached in 10 minutes.
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