Curaçao is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located in the southern Caribbean Sea, about 60 miles off the coast of Venezuela. It is the largest and most populous of the ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao), which are part of the Lesser Antilles. Curaçao has a population of about 158,000 people and is the capital city of Willemstad. The island is known for its beautiful beaches, coral reefs, and colorful colonial architecture. Willemstad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its Queen Emma Bridge, which is a floating drawbridge that connects the Punda and Otrobanda districts of the city. Other popular tourist destinations in Curaçao include the Hato Caves, the Christoffel National Park, and the Blue Curaçao liqueur distillery. Curaçao has a tropical climate with average temperatures ranging from 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit. The island receives an average of 25 inches of rainfall per year, with the wet season occurring from November to December. The official languages of Curaçao are Papiamento, Dutch, and English. Papiamento is a Creole language that is spoken by most of the population. Dutch is the official language of government and education, while English is widely spoken in tourist areas.