|Resort (municipality)||Boven Coppename|
|Elevation||75 ft (23 m)|
Tjakkatjakka Ston was a village in the Boven Coppename resort of the Sipaliwini District in Suriname.According to Dirk van der Elst, the village had been abandoned and already been taken over by the jungle in 1973.
Franky Van der Elst is a Belgian retired footballer who played as a defensive midfielder, and manager.
The Kwinti are a Maroon people, descendants of runaway African slaves, living in the forested interior of Suriname on the bank of the Coppename River, and the eponymous term for their language, which has fewer than 300 speakers. Their language is an English-based creole with Dutch, Portuguese and other influences. It is similar to the languages spoken by the Aluku and Paramaccan Maroons, and split from Sranan Tongo in the middle 18th century. The Kwinti had a population of about 300 in 2014 and adhere to the Moravian Church.
Corneliskondre is a village in Suriname, located in the Boven Coppename resort of Sipaliwini District. It has a population of 70 as of 2020, and is inhabited by indigenous people of the Kalina tribe.
Elst is a town in the municipality of Overbetuwe in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is situated in the Betuwe, between the cities of Nijmegen and Arnhem. Elst has 21,447 inhabitants.
François Van der Elst was a Belgian footballer who played as a right winger. Van der Elst was born in Opwijk, Flemish Brabant. With Anderlecht he won two national titles and four cups between 1971 and 1980. Van der Elst won the European Cup Winners’ Cup twice, in 1976 and 1978. He also helped Belgium to second place in the 1980 European Championships and was part of the World Cup squad at Spain ’82. After his career, Van der Elst owned a snooker and billiards bar in his hometown of Opwijk. On New Years’ Day he collapsed and was resuscitated by a medical emergency team before being placed in an induced coma. A period of intensive care eventually lead to his death from the sustained heart damage at the age of 62.
The Coppename is a river in Suriname in the district of Sipaliwini, forming part of the boundary between the districts of Coronie and Saramacca.
Witagron is a Kwinti village in Suriname on the Coppename River at the crossing of the Southern East-West Link from Paramaribo to Apoera in West-Suriname.
Boskamp is a town on the East-West Link in Suriname, in the central north of the country, in the Calcutta resort of the Saramacca District. It lies opposite to Jenny, to which it is connected via the Coppename bridge. Boskamp is mainly a fishing village.
Boven can refer to a number of individuals with that last name. The word is also Dutch for "above," and appears in the names of several locations in the Netherlands.
Heidoti is a village in Boven Saramacca municipality (resort) in Sipaliwini District in Suriname. Heidoti is home to Maroons of the Kwinti tribe.
Kabalebo is a resort in Suriname, located in the Sipaliwini District. Its population at the 2012 census was 2,291.
Boven Coppename is a resort in Suriname, located in the Sipaliwini District. Its population at the 2012 census was 539. The resort is mainly inhabited by indigenous people of the Tiriyó, and Maroons of the Kalina tribe. The main village is Bitagron. Other villages include Corneliskondre and Donderskamp.
The (northern) East-West Link is a road in Suriname between Albina in the eastern part of the country to Nieuw Nickerie in the western part, via the capital city of Paramaribo. The southern East-West Link connects Paramaribo with Apoera via Bitagron. Construction of the road link started in the 1960s.
Kwinti is an English-based creole of Suriname closely related to Ndyuka. The language has less than 300 speakers, and split from Plantation Creole which is nowadays known as Sranan Tongo in the middle 18th century. Code-switching with Sranan Tongo and Dutch was common among the younger generation in 1973, and about 70% of the tribe have moved to the urban areas. UNESCO considers the language endangered.
The Christ and the Virgin Diptych consisted of two small oil on oak panel paintings by the Early Netherlandish painter Dirk Bouts completed c. 1470–75. Originally they formed the wings of a hinged devotional diptych.
Ston is a village and municipality in Croatia.
Dirk Van Der Elst is a Belgian equestrian. He competed in two events at the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Kalebaskreek is an indigenous village of Kalina Amerindians in the resort of Calcutta in the Saramacca District in Suriname.
Donderskamp is an indigenous village of Kalina Amerindians in the resort of Boven Coppename in the Sipaliwini District in Suriname. The village is located on the Wayambo River.
The Wayambo River is a river of Suriname. The river is part of an inland waterway connecting the harbour of Nieuw-Nickerie with Paramaribo.
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