What is the area of Aruba?
The area of Aruba is 74.5 square miles (193 square kilometers 21 miles [33 kIlometers]
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Aruba is about 21 miles [33 kilometers] long . Its width ranges from about 2 miles [3.2 kilometers] to 8 miles [12.8 kilometers]. Its total area is 74.5 square mil…es [193 square kilometers]. For comparison, it's slightly larger than Washington, D.C. [68.3 square miles; 177 square kilometers].
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No , Aruba isn't in Mexico. Mexico is a country that's to the south of the United States of America, and to the north of the Central American country of Guatemala. Aruba is an… island in the Caribbean Sea. It's off the north coast of the South American continent.
Aruba is an island with a pleasant year round climate. So there's an abundance of activities, attractions, and pastimes. There are a multiplicity of shopping centers, specia…lty shops, and supermarkets. Food is important. Specifically, seafood is available in abundant supplies from the waters that surround Aruba. There's a restaurant for everyone. The options range from fast food all the way to sophisticated gourmet dining. Sports are also important and include water activities such as windsurfing, and land activities such as soccer. There's bowling for inside enthusiasts. There's beach volleyball and golf for outdoor enthusiasts. Tourism is one of Aruba's major industries. Aruba has the highest number of repeat visitors in the Caribbean. Aruba's focus is on offering each visitor a 'bon bini' ['welcome'] so that every visitor has the vacation of their dreams.
No , Aruba doesn't get hurricanes. It's on the southern fringes of the traditional Atlantic Caribbean hurricane belt. So islanders usually don't have to worry about hurricanes… or fierce tropical storms. But in September 2007 Aruba experienced heavy rains from the occurrence of Hurricane Felix elsewhere in the Caribbean.
Aruba feels the after-shocks of earthquakes in the Caribbean area, especially in Venezuela. The earthquake in Haiti on January 12, 2010 and the earthquake in Venezuela on Janu…ary 13 were felt minimally in Aruba, according to the 'Visit Aruba Forum on Auba [sic] Rattled by Earthquake'. Fundacio Venezolana de Investigaciones Sismologicas [FUNVISIS] reported a 4.2 magnitude earthquake at 3:44 a.m. located 37.9 miles [61 kilometers; 32.9 nautical miles] northeast of Punto Fijo, on the northwest coast of the Paraguana Peninsula in northernmost Venezuela. The epicenter was off the northern tip of the Peninsula, which is about 17 miles [27 kilometers; 14.7 nautical miles] south of Aruba. Forum participants reported being awakened by shaking at 4:15 a.m. that day. For more information, please visit the links provided below.
Aruba has a King and Queen. The King is His Majesty KingWillem-Alexander of the Netherlands, the queen of Aruba is HerMajesty Queen MÃ¡xima. The King is the official Head of… State.
Yes , Aruba has cities. The city of Oranjestad is the island's capital and largest city. Second in population and size is Sint Nicolaas , which also is called San Nichola…s and San Nicolas.
There are daily non-stop flights to Aruba from New York, Newark, Boston, Miami and other cities in Europe and South America. The island is served by many airlines and connecti…ons can be made to anywhere in the world. Aruba's Queen Beatrix International Airport is now known as a hub in the Caribbean.
Santa usually stops by on December 25, the same time when he is delivering presents on the US Eastern sea border :)
No , Aruba is not a commonwealth. Specifically, Aruba is an island in the south Caribbean. But it is not one of the Caribbean's sovereign states. Instead, it is an autonomo…us but yet dependent country within the European Kingdom of the Netherlands.
No , Aruba is not a city. Specifically, Aruba is the name of an island in the south Caribbean. Its economy is based largely on tourism to its beautiful sandy beaches. Polit…ically, it is not independent since it remains autonomous but dependent through its status as constituent country of the European Kingdom of the Netherlands.
No , Aruba does not have rainforests. Specifically, Aruba is a desert island in the sense of having an arid climate and an equally arid landscape. It does not rain enough t…o support lush, rainforest-style vegetation. Instead, the most common vegetation - aloe vera and cactus plants as well as divi-divi trees - is typical of drought-tolerant plants in a low moisture environment.
No there isn't, the most similar store would be PriceSmart.