Slave Huts at Orange Pan, Kralendijk

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The cramped and inhumane conditions at Slave Huts at Orange Pan 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. See Slave Huts at Orange Pan and all Kralendijk has to offer by arranging your trip with our Kralendijk itinerary builder site.
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  • Not well informed about the history of Bonaire, we found this evidence of a dark chapter of the Dutch people. It is good that the huts are still here to remember.  more »
  • This huts are small, but they provided shelter. The storys of the slaves who had to walk to their familys in Rincon are incomprehensable for us who can not bare the he heat for 10 minutes. Place for....  more »
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  • Amazing display of the conditions the slaves lived while working the salt extraction equipment.
  • Multiple slave huts right along the road. Not much too them, but very interesting if you like history.

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