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To find out more about the history of this island, please see: Curaçao where you can also find the link to 'churches'. When you click on that link you will find the addresses of all the churches on Curaçao in case you need to contact them for your genealogical research.
The capital city of Curaçao is Willemstad
Getting started with your Curaçao research
Towns on Curaçao
Churches to be found on Curaçao
See: [Churches on Curaçao]
As well as:
Antianio Baptist Church
Christian Heritage Ministeries
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons)
Ebenezer protestant Church
El Bethel Evangelical Alliance Church
Santa Famia Roman Catholics Church
Seventh Days Adventists Church
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Tula, executed 3 October 1795, was a slave on Curaçao and a leader of a 1795 slave revolt that convulsed the island for more than a month. He is revered on Curaçao today as a fighter for human rights and independence.George John Lionel Maduro , born in Willemstad, Curaçao, 15 July 1916; died Dachau concentration camp, 9 February 1945, was a Dutch student that served as an officer in the 1940 Battle of the Netherlands and distinguished himself in the attack on The Hague.
The famous miniature city of Madurodam in The Hague, the Netherlands, is named after him, as well as the Maduroplein a street square in Scheveningen, a suburb of The Hague.
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