Paramaribo, Suriname is definitely South America's most beautiful capital and hardly anyone even knows it! This board is dedicated to this great little town.
Yes, they still have traffic cops and lots of traffic. Lots of fun.
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Paramaribo's wooden cathedral is the largest wooden structure in the Americas. Incredibly beautiful on the inside with everything made from stunning, local, wood.
A short video on Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname.
This wooden cathedral in downtown Paramaribo will take your breath away! Stunning and all wood inside and out.
View of Paramaribo from above.
Vegetable sellers in the central market.
Just some folks doing Tai Chi in the palm park during the day.
Unlike other South American capitals, Paramaribo is laid back and easy to walk around. Feels like an old colonial town.
This beautiful mosque sits right beside the oldest synagogue in the Americas.
Great "Palm Park" right in the middle of town with hundreds of beautiful palm trees over grassy areas to sit.
Gorgeous old wooden houses are throughout the downtown. Really makes you feel like you are walking back into history.
Paramaribo is like an old, colonial town. Beautiful, white, wooden houses and easy to walk around.
The town is full of different cultures including escaped slaves from Africa, Indonesians, Chinese, Indians, etc. Incredible!
Great central market which is open early and right in the middle of town.