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Agüeybaná
Spanish Influences → Spanish explorers landed here first and while Spain gave Antillia to England centuries ago as a wedding gift they have continued to have a strong influence on the culture and life on the island. The relationship between Antillia and Spain has grown from strength to strength in the past twenty years.
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mi casa es tu casa → Homes for those who live in Agüeybaná
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Doña Ines
Royal Seat → Doña Ines is the Capital City of Antillia and where the Palácio Esmeralda was built in 1867
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Palácio Esmeralda
Upon the Throne → The Royal family reside within these walls, but as with most palaces there are always tours here and only the family rooms are out of public viewing.
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minha casa é sua casa → Homes for those who live in Doña Ines
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Guayacayex
Little Asia → Antillia has it's very own Asian town hidden away here. From India to China there are so many Asian cultures mixed here with a heavy Scottish-Irish Celtic influence.
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我家就是你家 → Homes for those who live in Guayacayex
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Loquillo
Party Central → It's well known for the lively nightlife major world class DJ's have summer outposts. It’s also home to quiet villages, yoga retreats and beaches.
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My home is your home → Homes for those who live in Loquillo
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Maniabón
French Quarter → Where French meets Caribbean with culture, food and lifestyle. When the French explorers made their way around the world, they stopped in Maniabón, and brought with them food and culture, which then evolved over time. The best of French Creole is found in the area.
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Maison
Ma maison est ta maison → Homes for those who live in Maniabón
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Tínima
The Small City → Set in the heart of the island, Tínima is home to the oil mines and the wealthy. One would think it the capital of the island, but it's too small and secluded to function as the capital. With mostly homes of family who worked in the mines, Tínima is also home to the only casino on the island and a luxury inn.
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My house is your house → Homes for those who live in Tínima
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Yahíma
Inport/Export→ The trade hub of Antillia, Yahíma is the former home of the African slaves. With mostly stores for outdoor adventures, locally inspired restaurants, an airport and a harbour, Yahíma is still seeped in culture of the island.
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Huis
my huis is jou huis → Homes for those who live in Yahíma
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