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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). Netto's protege and the bar's current owner Chu Zimmerman, right, sits for a moment to watch the "We Are The World" video on TV. (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). Netto's protege and the bar's current owner Chu Zimmerman, right, sits for a moment to watch the "We Are The World" video on TV.  (photo by Melissa Lyttle)