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WILLEMSTAD, CURACAO - DECEMBER 12, 2014: Established in 1954, one of Curacao's oldest bars, the Netto Bar in Otrobanda, is a popular local watering hole, discovered by tourists and visited by Dutch royalty. It's decorated with pictures of Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Dutch soccer paraphernalia and known for it's Rom Berde (green run served with coconut water). Here, friends Jurene Domacasse of Bonaire and Betto Riera of Curacao dance the night away at the Netto Bar. (photo by Melissa Lyttle)
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WILLEMSTAD, CURACAO - DECEMBER 12, 2014: Established in 1954, one of Curacao's oldest bars, the Netto Bar in Otrobanda, is a popular local watering hole, discovered by tourists and visited by Dutch royalty. It's decorated with pictures of Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Dutch soccer paraphernalia and known for it's Rom Berde (green run served with coconut water). Here, friends  Jurene Domacasse of Bonaire and Betto Riera of Curacao dance the night away at the Netto Bar. (photo by Melissa Lyttle)