Suriname River


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Suriname River

also Surinam River
A river of Suriname flowing about 645 km (400 mi) northward to the Atlantic Ocean.
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Noun1.Suriname River - a river in Suriname that flows northward to the Atlantic
Dutch Guiana, Netherlands Guiana, Republic of Suriname, Surinam, Suriname - a republic in northeastern South America on the Atlantic; achieved independence from the Netherlands in 1975
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The two regions in which the CIF projects will be implemented are: (i) Upper Suriname River Basin, and (ii) Upper Marowijne-Tapanahony River Basins, both located in the Sipaliwini district.
Shot mostly in black and white, this body of work from 2013 documents the community and jungle flora of Pikin Slee, the second-largest village along the Upper Suriname River.
I learned that 375 years agoin 1638a small band of Sephardic Jews whose families came originally from Portugal and Spain by way of Holland, Italy, and Recife, Brazil, set up camp on the banks of the Suriname River 30 miles south of where it spills into the Caribbean.
The Coast Guard will soon get its own base on the banks of the Suriname River in Paramaribo, with posts at the borders with Guyana and French Guiana.
Pool contacted an ecotourism resort along the Suriname River about two hours by car from the capital that owned a large tract of uninhabited forest--perfect sloth habitat.
Paramaribo is the primary multi-purpose port serving Suriname located on the Suriname River, handling containers and roll on-roll off break-bulk cargoes for the country.
I arrived by bicycle at the Fredericksdorp Hotel early in the afternoon after taking a ferry from Paramaribo across the Suriname River to a nearby landing site and pedaling the rest of the way.
Situated along the Suriname River, this settlement, whose two cemeteries and synagogue ruins survive to this day, developed into an autonomous village known as Jodensavanne (Jews' Savannah).