european countries overseas territories can be consider "European" right?
Aruba is not a part of Europe, nor is it a European city. It is an autonomous country within the Dutch Kingdom. Its economy is largely dependent on the U.S. with strong U.S. tourism presence, it is not a surprize that there will be some Americanization going on like most all Caribbean islands.The ABC islands are very american especially Aruba
Despite being fairly pro-American, I wouldn't say British cities look particularly American, whereas the Dutch have really taken to the grid-style, wide-avenue, modern architecture style that is so common in US cities.Holland in addition to England have the most pro American mindset in Europe. And American influence on Dutch society is clearly visible. From fastfood chains near highways, to having many American programs on television with Dutch subtitles, to the construction of suburbia near big cities. I would say Almere is the best example in Holland of a typical booming American sprawling town.