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The Republic of Suriname is a South American neighbor of Brazil, French Guiana, and Guyana. Suriname and Bulgaria are two of the world's rare locations in which a synagogue and a mosque are next door neighbors. Contributors typically raise questions about the country's coastal tourism, distinct architecture, Dutch culture and language, jungle ecotourism, mineral wealth, rain forest interior, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Answer Surinam is also known as Dutch Guyana and up until 1975 was part of the royal kingdom of the Netherlands. In 1975 Suriname gained independance. Between 1630 and 1669 Suriname was part of an ongoing struggle for power between the Dutch and the English
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Paramaribo is the capital of Suriname. Specifically, Paramaribo is Suriname's national capital and largest city. About half of the country's total population claim Paramaribo as their place of residence. The Surinamese call their capital by the nickname Par'bo.
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Suriname is located in northern South America in the northern and western hemispheres. Specifically, Suriname is bordered to the north by the Atlantic Ocean. French Guiana is on its east border. Brazil is on its southern border. Guyana is to the west. The geographic coordinates of Suriname are 4 de…
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the capital of surinam is Paramaribo
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The Dutch Guiana -o Cyanide x what is the official name of suriname?
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Dutch is the most widely spoken, the national, and the only official language of Suriname. Over 60 percent of the population speak Dutch as their native language. Dutch is spoken as a second or third language by the rest of the population. Sranran Tongo is the local language of Suriname. It's a loca…
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The total area of Suriname is 63,251 square miles (163,821 square kilometers). Specifically, Suriname is the smallest country in South America. It ranks 91st in size in the world. For comparison, it is slightly larger than the U.S. state of Georgia (59,425 square miles; 153,909 square kilometers).
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the netherlands and some of its former colonies like surinam, the dutch antillies and the flemish part of belgium.
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November 25, 1975 is the date on which Suriname officially became independent from the Netherlands. Specifically, in 1973 Netherlands' Prime Minister Joop den Uyl (August 9, 1919 - December 24, 1987) began working with Suriname's Governor Johan Ferrier (May 12, 1910 - January 4, 2010) and Prime Min…
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Answer Since Suriname is mostly populated with the decendants of Black, Indian, and Indonisian slaves brought over by the Dutch, the official language spoken is Dutch. However, English and a few other minor languages can be found.
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Republiek Suriname is the official name in Dutch for the Republic of Suriname. There also is a local language equivalent. It's 'Ripoliku Sranan', in Sranan Tongo.
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Suriname's main industry is bauxite mining. Suriname is one of the top 10 producers of bauxite in the world. The Aluminum Company of America subsidiary, SURALCO, has been mining bauxite in Suriname since 1916.
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A very popular festival is Salsuri, International Salsa Festival. The Salsuri Foundation was established in October 2004 to organize an international salsa festival, Salsuri, in Suriname's capital city at Paramaribo. The first Salsuri was held in November 2005 to coincide with Suriname's 30th year o…
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Suriname is the country whose capital city is Paramaribo. It also is the largest city of Suriname. Its nickname is Par'bo.
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Suriname is in South America, neighbouring Brazil, French Guiana, and Guyana.
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THE ULTIMATE ANSWER IS Suriname Flag and Fast Facts Population 447,000 Capital Paramaribo; 253,000 Area 163,265 square kilometers (63,037 square miles) Language Dutch, English, Sranang Tongo (Taki-Taki), Hindustani, Javanese Religion Hindu, Protestant (Moravian), Roman Catholic, Musl…
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South America is the continent on which Suriname and Guyana are located. Specifically, Suriname and Guyana are neighboring countries in the northern part of the South American continent. They each have Atlantic coastlines. They are two of three countries in which the official language is neither Po…
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Desiré Delano "Dési" Bouterse is Suriname's current leader since the president is considered Suriname's leader. Specifically, Mr. Bouterse is the ninth (9th) and current president of the Republic of Suriname as the victor in elections held on July 19, 2010. His term began on August 12, 2010. He h…
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SRD's The Surinam dollar
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The average temperature in Suriname is 21 degrees Celsius-32 degrees Celsius. In Fahrenheit it is 70 degrees-90 degrees.
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The population of Suriname was estimated at 472,000 in 2009. Suriname ranks 167th in population in the world. Close to half of the population lives in the capital city of Paramaribo.
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Suriname is a country whose inhabitants speak Dutch. Specifically, it is the only South American country with Dutch as the official language. Suriname also is the only Dutch speaking region in the western hemisphere that is no longer part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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yes, dutch is surinames official language
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Beans, cheeses, corn, fruits, hot peppers, meat, seafood, and vegetables are the foods that the cuisine of Suriname emphasizes. Suriname's cuisine is varied because of the many cultures in its history. The cuisine combines the Caribbean style with Chinese, Dutch, French, Javanese, Jewish, North Indi…
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The Arawak in terms of indigenous peoples and the English and the Dutch in terms of Europeans were Suriname's discoverers. Specifically, the Arawak traveled from their native Caribbean island homeland to the northern coasts of Suriname. They settled as fishers and hunters of Suriname's narrow coast…
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It was in the West Indies
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the country Paramaribo is in this country- Suriname isn't that fantastic that you finally found your answer.
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The mining of bauxite dominates Suriname's economy. Other major exports include alumina, bananas, crude oil, fish, gold, rice, shrimp, and wood and wood products. Suriname's economy depends on commerce. Its main trade partners are the United States, the Netherlands, Caribbean countries, and Canada.
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Dutch is the most widely spoken, the national, and the only official language of Suriname. Over 60 percent of the population speak Dutch as their native language. Dutch is spoken as a second or third language by the rest of the population. There 16 other languages that are also recognized by the g…
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November 25, 1975
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Suriname is the Dutch spelling and reflects the pronunciation in Dutch as 'syri-nameh'. Surinam is the spelling by the English settlers who founded the first colony at Marshall's Creek along the Suriname River in 1630. The name of the country is thought to come from the name of a group called 'Surin…
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Dutch Guiana and Netherland Guiana.
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Soo-ree-nahm is the way in which the natives of Suriname pronounce their country's name.
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The top position in Suriname is held by His Excellency Dr. Ronald Runaldo Venetiaan [b. June 18, 1936]. He's the President of the Republic of Suriname. For photos of him on the Internet, type his name, 'Ronald Venetiaan', in the 'Google Search Box'. Then select 'Images'. The result will be pages of …
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Brazil, French Guiana, and Guyana are Suriname's neighbors. Brazil borders Suriname to the south. French Guiana is to the east. Guyana is to the west. The Atlantic Ocean forms Suriname's north border.
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State controlled capitalism forms the basis to the economic system that's found in the Republic of Suriname. The profit motive is considered the hallmark of capitalism. Evidence of such a motive, from the local to the national levels, may be found in the continuous presence of the Alcoa subsidiary S…
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Suriname is a Democracy with Capitalism as it's basis for economic exchange. 73% of it's economy is from cheap aluminum which they can produce due to their low costs for power. The government has been basically democratic since 1991.
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The dollar [SRD] is the money in Suriname. It's divided into 100 cents. The dollar replaced the Surinamese guilder on January 1, 2004, with one dollar equal to 1,000 guilders. Coins from this previous currency are still in circulation.
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The literacy rate of Suriname is about 89.6%
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It depends on the year, condition and denomination of the coin. It could be as little as a few cents(for a common low denomination coin in circulated condition), or as much US$600 (for a large gold commemorative coin).
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Het spijt me is I'm sorry in Dutch. But do they speak Dutch in Suriname?
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My Answer Sharif Hafezi did a speaking tour of Suriname in June 1997. I was actually there on a work assignment for the IMF and it was the hottest event in town on the day. Question when did sharif hafezi do a speaking tour of Surinam? Sharif Hafezi ia a creationist speaker and does speaking tou…
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Fish, forests, hydroelectric potential, minerals, and shrimp are the main natural resources of Suriname. The mining of bauxite dominates the country's economy. Suriname has sizeable oil and gold reserves. Other minerals include copper, iron ore, kaolin, and platinum.
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The name Suriname is thought to come from the name of a group called Surinen who inhabited the area before the arrival of Europeans. The Surinen were Arawak speaking Tainos, a group of people believed to originate either in the Amazon Basin or in the Colombian Andes. Arawak speakers were the natives…
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the Netherlands
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Dutch (Duth woord for the langauge is Nederlands)
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Brazil is located south of French Guiana and Suriname. Its border with French Guiana is 418.2 miles [673 kilometers]. Its border with Suriname is 370.9 miles [597 kilometers].
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Republic of Suriname (Republiek Suriname in Dutch)
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you say fawaka that's how are you or faf i , or fa i de or faf yu its all the same :D
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Bananas, citrus fruits, rice, sugar cane, and vegetables are grown in Suriname. About half of the total cultivated land is devoted to rice farming. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture [USDA], Suriname exported 20 tons out of the total 2,125 tons of rice exported from South America.
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The Surinamese depend upon the ecological and economic diversity of their country. The many rivers and the Atlantic coast provide Suriname with an abundant supply of food and economic products. Around 80 percent of Suriname is pristine rainforest, where only 5 percent of the population live. But ma…
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25 November 1975In 1667, Suriname was captured by the Dutch. The Dutch governed Suriname as Dutch Guiana until 1954 when it became a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. On 25 November 1975, Suriname left the Kingdom of the Netherlands to become independent.
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Akon will appear for the first time in history in Suriname on august 20th 2013. His superconcert will be held in the André Kamperveen Stadium and is powered by ISM Entertainment. The Politian Ronny Brunswijk, has invited Akon to appear in Suriname. Akon [Aliaune Badara Akon Thiam] is a Senegalese-…
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Suriname, officially the Republic of Suriname, is a country in northern South America. The Netherlands granted Suriname complete independence on Nov. 25, 1975.
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The ccTLD (Country Code Top Level Domain) for Suriname is .sr. The Internet was used by 10.4 percent of Suriname's population in 2009, according to the International Telecommunication Union. The ITU is the United Nations' agency for information and communication technology issues.
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Amphibians, arachnids, bats, birds, fish, insects, mammals, and reptiles are among Suriname's native animals. Specifically, amphibians include the blue poison frog (Dendrobates azureus). Arachnids include the ground spider (Zimiromus volksberg). Bats include the round-eared bat (Tonatia carrikeri, …
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On the Suriname flag,The gold star (yellow) means: unity and hope of all ethnic groups,The color white: means freedom, peace, and justice,The color red means: progress and love,And the color green means: hope and fertility.
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They have to do nothing because the Netherlands have no intention to recolonise Suriname. Western countries view colonisation as something from the past.
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Dutch is the official language of Suriname.
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It was discovered in the 16th century (1500 - 1600), and plantation colonies were established beginning in 1667.
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Suriname's geographic coordinates are 4 degrees North latitude 56 degrees West longitude. Because it's 4 degrees North of the Equator, it's in the Northern Hemisphere. It's one of only four South American countries [French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela] that's completely in the Northern Hemisp…
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1-5 landmarksA number of Suriname's landmarks are in Paramaribo, Suriname's capital. One, The historic inner city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2002. The original, characteristic Dutch colonial street plans are well preserved, along with its distinctive blend of Dutch architecture …
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The cuisine of Suriname emphasizes beans, cheeses, corn, fruits, hot peppers, meat, seafood, and vegetables. The cuisine of Suriname is varied because of the many cultures in its history. The cuisine combines the Caribbean style with other influences such as Chinese, Dutch, French, North Indian, Jav…
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since it started in the netherlands until somewhere in the 1970's it would have to be DUTCH.
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The capital, and largest city, of Suriname, Paramaribo, has a population estimate of around 250,000 people. The second largest city is Lelydorp with a population of about 19,000.
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Suriname, the former Dutch Guiana gained its independence from Holland on November 25, 1975. It is 34 years old.
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27.4% of the population practice Hinduism. 25.2% are Protestant Christians, mostly members of the Moravian Church. 22.8% are Roman Catholic Christian. 19.6% practice Islam. 5% observe indigineous beliefs of the region. There also exists a small but active Jewish Community.
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Desiré Delano "Dési" Bouterse is Suriname's president. Specifically, Mr. Bouterse is the ninth (9th) and current president of the Republic of Suriname. His term began on August 12, 2010. He is elected to a term of five years, at the end of which he may choose to run again. According to Suriname's…
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Most people can't, they rely on the help and donations they get to survive
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Suriname as a home to human populations may be over 5,000 years old. It's thought that many distinct indigenous tribes inhabited the area of Suriname as far back as 3000 B.C.E. The largest tribes were Arawak speaking Tainos, a group of people believed to originate either in the Amazon Basin or in th…
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British statesmen first brought Indians to suriname through Calcutta now known as Kolkata in 1800 onwards
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Oudejaarsavond is the Dutch translation for "NewYear's Eve"
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Answer Surinam is also known as Dutch Guyana and up until 1975 was part of the royal kingdom of the Netherlands. In 1975 Suriname gained independance. Between 1630 and 1669 Suriname was part of an ongoing struggle for power between the Dutch and the English Popularity: 24
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In 1973, the local government, led by the NPK (a ethnically mixed party) started negotiations with the Dutch government leading towards full independence, which was granted on 25 November 1975. The severance package was very substantial, and a large part of Suriname's economy for the first decade fo…
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Suriname and Guyana are the only two countries on mainland South America with driving on the left. Guyana inherited the practice as a British colony. The Netherlands converted to driving on the right at the end of the 18th century. But the former Dutch colony of Suriname has kept the practice of dri…
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Suriname has four major ecological zones. One, the old coastal plain consists of remnants of high sandy ridges and clay islands covered with rain forests. They're surrounded by clay and peat soil at sea level, that are covered with freshwater swamps, swamp wood, and swamp forests. This zone covers …
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Yes there is and in one of the rivers in Suriname they transport their products to the world. I am currently doing a project on Suriname.
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Dutch Guiana (from its colonial past).
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The major ethnic groups in Suriname are Hindustani (Hindoestanen), Javanese, Surinamese Creoles, and Surinamese Maroons. Specifically, Hindus are the largest ethnic group at 27 percent of the population. They are descendants of 19th-century contract workers from the Northern Indian states of Bihar …
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ParamariboParamaribo is the capitol of Suriname.
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The area that now includes French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, and parts of Brazil and Venezuela was known as Guiana when Europeans discovered the New World. Guiana is a Taino word that is defined variously as 'land of fast flowing water' in reference to the numerous rivers of the territory or as 'resp…
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Brazil (to the east and south) and Suriname (to the west) are the two countries bordering French Guiana. The other parts of French Guiana are bordered by the Atlantic.
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The british Traded Suriname For New Amsterdam. Later on, they changed New Amsterdam to New York. They did that to end the War.
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See related links. There are no formal classes at Universities, but you can find online tutorials.The name Sranan Tongo is the preferred name over Taki Taki.
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aluminum , wood and gold
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Suriname exports rice, bananas, coconuts, bauxite (which is made into aluminum), fish, sugar, coffee, cotton, citrus fruits, cassava, timber, shrimp, and crude oil.Bauxite
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Suriname's monetary unit is what the dollar of the Republic of Suriname is. Specifically, the dollar succeeded the guilder as the Surinamese currency on January 1, 2004. Like the U.S. dollar, it is divided into one hundred (100) cents. In Suriname, it is called "Surinaamse dollar," which means "Sur…
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Suriname is not a state but a country u idiotes
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