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This is the Chapel of Our Lady Alto Vista in northeastern Aruba.  We visited here with a Jeep Tour (seen in the parking lot to the west).  Read more about the jeep tour at TahinaExpedition.com here, more photos of the chapel can be found including a description sign from the scene.

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