Aruba, a constituent island nation of the Kingdom of Netherlands, lying just 27 kilometers north of Venezuela of South America, celebrates Aruba Day on the 28th of March every year.
It is also locally called as National Anthem and Flag Day. Aruba Day is included in what is called the ABC islands of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean of which Bonaire and Curaçao are included (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao: The ABC Islands). Aruba Day commemorates the presentation of its National Anthem and its Flag on March 18, 1976. This marked the celebration of the first National Day in Aruba. Apart from the usual parades with contingents coming from different sectors of Aruban society, the local government of Aruba and chiefs organizes cultural shows which usually held at Oranjestad, the country’s capital, especially at Plaza Betico Croes. Games and other fun activities are also organized that caters for adults and kid alike. Aruba Day is an important public holiday in Aruba and is work-free.
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