Mount Jamanota (highest point of Aruba)

Mount Jamanota (highest point of Aruba)


Santa Cruz, Aruba (AW)
Mount Jamanota (188 m) (620 ft) is the highest point on the island of Aruba and is visible from the entire island. Wild goats and donkeys roam free on the mountain. The panorama from its summit includes Frenchman's Pass on the south coast, where Indians defended their island against the French. The area is known for its wild parakeets.
Mount Jamanota (188 m) (620 ft) is the highest point on the island of Aruba and is visible from the entire island. Wild goats and donkeys roam free on the mountain. The panorama from its summit includes Frenchman's Pass on the south coast, where Indians defended their island against the French. The area is known for its wild parakeets.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: kkeps

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