Slave Huts, Kralendijk
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The cramped and inhumane conditions at Slave Huts continue to serve as a grim but important historical lesson. Built in 1850 and scattered along the coast, these small huts served as bedrooms and a place to store belongings while the Dutch colony's slaves were working on the salt fields, separated from their families. You can easily visit on a self-guided tour, as informational plaques next to the huts provide insight into the life of the slaves in the Caribbean. Before you head to Kralendijk, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Kralendijk travel itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Kralendijk has to offer, including Slave Huts.
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Als je op Bonaire bent is dit een must, vooral voor wat betreft de geschiedenis van de slaven op het eiland BonaireIf you are on Bonaire this is a must, especially with regard to the history of the slaves on the island of Bonaireshow original
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Pode-se ter uma ideia de como viviam os escravos que foram trazidos para trabalhar na ilha. Com uma bela vista!You can get an idea of how the slaves who were brought to work on the island. With a beautiful view!show original
Je kinderen de historie vertellen en beeld geven hoe men dan 'sliep'/leefde - mooi foto moment met mooie achtergrond!Tell your children the history and reflect how we ' slept '/leefde-beautiful photo opportunity with nice background!show original
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