The Jodensavanne Foundation protects and preserves the remains of Jodensavanne and Cassipora, including the Beraha VeShalom synagogue, the Cassipora Cemetery, the Jodensavanne Cemetery and the so-called African (or Creole) Cemetery.
In Surinam several architects have joined force to set up a database with historical information and technical drawings of heritage sites. The database is available on Google Drive. (Dutch)
Het doel is om Surinaams erfgoed te behouden voor de toekomst. Ook u kunt een steentje bijdragen door te doneren aan Themafonds Surinaams Erfgoed. (Dutch)
Suriname is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands until 1975. More than 350,000 Dutch people have Surinamese roots. The National Archives has more than 740 archives in which this history is discussed. [Dutch]
The National Archives is the repository of the transferred archives of both the central and regional government bodies, as well as of the parastatal companies and institutions. Space has also been reserved for archives of private institutions and persons who play or have played an important role in the political, social or economic life of Suriname. All these archives together form an important part of the cultural-historical heritage of Suriname. [Dutch]
The Foundation is the meeting place for people with an interest in Surinamese family history where they come into contact with each other and can increase their knowledge through information exchange. (Dutch)
The sources website of the Foundation for Surinamese Genealogy (Dutch)
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