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Located in the old harbour area, Aa-kerk was once a seaman's church; it partially dates back to the 15th century.
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Eeterie de Globe
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Brugstraat 24-26 · interesting places nearby
Noordelijk Scheepvaartmuseum information
This engaging tour of the lives of seamen and the ships they sailed unfolds through the set of buildings that once comprised a 16th-century distillery. Going through the labyrinth of 18 rooms is a navigational feat in itself.
Highlights include an intricately carved replica of the church at Paramaribo – the capital of former Dutch colony Surinam – in a bottle (Room 3) and detailed models demonstrating just how the many local shipyards operated throughout the centuries (Room 8).