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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Paramaribo, Suriname

Searchable Map and Satellite View of Paramaribo using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing Paramaribo, largest city, chief port and the national capital of Suriname, located in Suriname's north at the Suriname River, at the coast to the Atlantic Ocean.

The district of Paramaribo is the most populated place in Suriname and is characterized by its historical heritage. The city was a former Dutch colonial town (from the 17th until the 18th centuries). The original and highly distinctive street plan of the historic center remains intact. Today the Historic Inner City of Paramaribo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The city is home to Fort Zeelandia, a fortress built by British colonists in 1651. Other buildings and landmarks are St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, the Presidential Palace, the Ministry of Finance, the Court of Justice, the Waterfront with the Central Market, the Palm Garden, the Independence Square, and two cinemas, until now, the only ones in the country.

Paramaribo has a population of less than 245,000 inhabitants (2012). Official language is Dutch.



The map shows a city map of Paramaribo with expressways, main roads and streets. Zoom out to find the location of Paramaribo-Zanderij International Airport (IATA code: PBM) about 45 km (28 mi) south of the city.

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St. Peter and Paul Cathedral
St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, a wooden Roman Catholic church, the biggest wooden structure in the Western Hemisphere, located in the center of Paramaribo.

Image: © UNESCO, Ron Van Oers
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Local Time Suriname:
Sunday-November-23  11:23
Standard time zone:
Suriname Time (SRT) UTC/GMT -3 hours
Google Earth: Searchable Map and Satellite view of Paramaribo, Suriname.
 
More about Suriname:

Country:
Political Map of Suriname
Administrative Map of Suriname
Searchable map/satellite view of Suriname

Suriname Country Profile

Continent:
Map of South America

Historically related Countries:
 The Netherlands 
 United Kingdom

External Links
Wikipedia: Paramaribo

Current Weather Conditions Paramaribo, weather station is at the International Airport near
Zanderij.

Related Consumer Information:

Other Cities in South America:

Asunción (Paraguay) - Bogotá D.C. (Colombia) - Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Salvador, (all Brazil) - Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Caracas (Venezuela) - Cayenne, Kourou (both French Guiana) - Georgetown (Guyana) - La Paz, Sucre (both Bolivia) - Lima (Peru) - Montevideo (Uruguay) - Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) - Quito (Ecuador) - Santiago (Chile)
 
 
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