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Climate:

The weather is tropical but not extreme, with a median and practically constant temperature of 82 degrees Fahrenheit (28 degrees Celsius). Rainfall averages about eighteen inches a year, with October, November, December and January accounting for most of it. Even then rains tend to be erratic and in short bursts.

Language:

The mother-tongue of Aruba is Papiamento. It is a language, not a dialect, and evolved from several older languages as most languages today have done.

Currency: Aruba's currency is the florin denoted by the letters 'Awg.' but also widely known as 'Afl.' The official rate at which banks accept U.S. dollar banknotes is Awg.
Visas: http://www.aruba.visahq.com
Population: Aruba's population is estimated to be 80% mestizo and 20% other ethnicities.
Capital City: Oranjestad  is the capitaland most important city of Arubalocated on the southern coast near the western end of the island.
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