Feast of Santa Ana
Curaçao's capital, Willemstad, is divided into two towns by the bay of Santa Ana, belonging to the Caribbean Sea. It was named Santa Ana because Christopher Columbus arrived here on July 26, 1499, which is the celebration of the Feast of Santa Ana. The bay forms a channel separating the districts of Punda and Otrabanda . There are two bridges to cross from one side to the other: the first being a concrete traffic bridge, and the other a pedestrian swing bridge known as Queen Emma bridge [/ b], famous for being the only floating wooden swing bridge in the world.