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Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas, is located on the island of New Providence.
The city is connected to the neighboring island of Paradise Island by harbor bridges.
The mountain town is a popular cruise station and known for its beaches.
The coral reefs off the coast are a popular diving and snorkeling destination.
On the northeast coast of the island of New Providence, the city of Nassau is one of the most popular cruise ports in the Caribbean.
It is also the capital and commercial center of the Bahamas.
Atlantis, a luxury hotel, aquarium, water park and entertainment complex is one of the top attractions in the Bahamas.
Atlantis Resort designers have gone to great lengths to recreate this fantasy world.
The decorations reflect real and mythical creatures: seahorses, helmeted domes and gigantic bronze doors.
The marine habitat is one of the largest outdoor aquariums in the world.
It specializes in native tropical species, and the tanks incorporate the ruins and sculptures of Atlantis.
Numerous typical pastel-colored buildings have been preserved from the British colonial era, including the pink Government House.
Nassau's harbor, protected by the Paradise Island landmark, bustles with boat traffic.
Multiple cruise ships can dock at Prince George Wharf at a time, pouring waves of tourists into the city to explore its many attractions and things to do.
The city has botanical gardens and an adrenaline-pumping water park to private island tours, dream beaches and duty-free shopping.
Read about Nassau in Wikipedia