Dutch Colonial architecture


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Dutch Colonial architecture

A broad term describing the architecture prevalent in the Dutch-settled parts of America during the early part of the 17th century. The earliest houses were simple one-story, single-room permanent dwellings.
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3 -- 5 -- color) Quaint Dutch colonial architecture and vivid colors contribute to the charm of Kralendijk, Bonaire's main town, above.
8 -- 9) Above: Dutch colonial architecture characterizes the port town of Oranjestad on Aruba in the Netherlands Antilles.
Willemstad also boasts distinctive Dutch colonial architecture with colorful, gingerbread-trimmed buildings that are always photo-ready.