Jump to content


Ibat king Wikipedia
Republic of Suriname
Republiek Suriname
Motto: Latin: Justitia - Pietas - Fides
(English: "Justice - Piety - Loyalty")
Pambangsang Dalit: Opo kondreman
Location of Suriname
Tungku (Sentru/Sidduan)
(and largest city)
4°00′N 56°00′W / 4, -56
Kikilalanan a amanu Dutch
Gubiernu Constitutional democracy
 -  Danuman (%) 1.10%
 -  July 2006 mga 439,117 (172nd)
 -  2004 census 487,024 
GDP (PPP) 2005 mga
 -  Kaganapan/Kabilugan $2.081 billion (181st)
 -  Balang katau $4,700 (107th)
HDI (2003) 0.755 (medium) (86th)
Pera Suriname dollar (SRD)
Time zone ART (UTC-3)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (UTC-3)
Internet TLD .sr
Calling code 597

Ing Suriname[1] (Dutch: Suriname; Sranan Tongo: Sranan), opisyal a aus Republica ning Suriname metung yang bangsa king pangulung Mauling America. ,[2] kambe na ning Ilug Suriname, at sadia yang mayayaus a Nederlands Guyana, Netherlands Guiana oo Dutch Guiana. Ing Suriname atiu pilatan na ning French Guiana keng aslagan ampong Guyana keng albugan. Ing mauling sepu dadake ne keng Brazil ampong ing pangulung sepu iyapin ing Atlantic coast. Ing maulingdili sepu keng French Guiana pipapaten de re ing ilug Marowijne ; kaba naman ing pipapaten dang danuman a sepu keng Guyana pisasabian de keng United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea inyang Septiembri 20, 2007.

Template:Former Dutch colonies

Bangsa king Mauling America
Argentina · Bolivia · Brazil · Chile · Colombia · Ecuador · Guyana · Panama · Paraguay · Peru · Suriname · Trinidad and Tobago · Uruguay · Venezuela

Dependencies: Aruba (Netherlands) · Falkland Islands (UK) · French Guiana · Netherlands Antilles · South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (UK)


  1. ISO 3166
  2. Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of ARTS, SCIENCES, and General LITERATURE, Volume XI. Retrieved on 2008-05-04. “In 1614 the states of Holland granted to any Dutch citizen a four years' monopoly of any harbour or place of commerce which he might discover in that region (Guiana). The first settlement, however, in Suriname (in 1630) was made by an Englishman, whose name is still preserved by Marshall's Creek.”