A classic vintage postcard from Suriname. It has no description so I don’t have an idea what is shows – there is only a nameless church on this card. I guess this postcard was made in 1970s because of quite old cars shown near this church. The card’s footer indicates that it was printed in US: “Product of Ali’s Drugstore, printed by Westford N.V., Par-bo Suriname 7980-57” but it was sent from Suriname.

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A church somewhere in Suriname

3 thoughts on “A church somewhere in Suriname

  • July 22, 2007 at 06:40
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    The postcard with the image of a church,is the Paul and Peter cathedral in Paramaribo.

  • August 25, 2008 at 05:33
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    Hi, I like to comment about the Suriname postcard. The church is the largest
    church ever build out of wood in south-america.

  • April 1, 2009 at 09:06
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    The St.Petrus & Paulus Cathedral !
    It’s now renovated , hopefully in dec. this year[2009] we can all enter
    this great cathdral again !! i’m lookin forward to it .
    The card is printed in Suriname not in the US .
    greetings !!

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