One of the reasons I chose to visit Curacao over other Caribbean islands was the colorful architecture I saw in photos on the internet. I love color and definitely was not disappointed. Here are some photos of Willemstad which is the capital of Curacao. I generally don't shop in general and or buy clothing when I'm traveling, but they had some really nice shops and boutiques which tempted me. Below is a popular tourist attraction that most people want their photo taken in front of.
Here are some typical side streets:
You can see the Queen Juliana Bridge in this photo which is four lanes and crosses Saint Anna Bay:
Here is a view of Willemstad from the Queen Juliana Bridge:
Here are some cannons that I saw in the middle of town. I decided to share them in a relatively untouched photograph and an HDR version of the same scene.
Here is a photo of a rather large farmer's market in the center of town
As with any city, one will see buildings in disrepair, but they were still colorful!
Here is an one of the many outdoor cafes in the center of Willemstad:
Another view of the Queen Juliana Bridge:
Lastly, is one of the many beautiful brightly colored churches. Interestingly, many of them were yellow.
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