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    A provincial city east of Yucatan, a truly colonial image founded twice during the course of the 16th century. Here some fortresses were turned into convents, as in the case of the San Bernardino Monastery with a typical Franciscan architectural style. Zaci is by all means of the area's top attractions, a location whose unfathomable depth has never been measured. There are great handicraft shops, jewelry stores, boutiques and shopping malls for you to buy that particular item you've been looking for. In its restaurants you could quench your whetted appetite with an assortment of dishes from both local and international cuisine. Hotels and 17th-century estates, completely refurbished and well preserved with thorough attention to all original details, are cozy and comfortable. They will provide you with a pleasant rest after painting the town red in bars, discos and nightclubs.



    Explorer Amerigo Vespucci called Curaçao the 'Land of Giants', because the native Indians were very tall.