I just came back from a couple days in Paramaribo (work, of course) and this time I had a little slice of afternoon time to walk around the city. It's a city on the river, with distinctive architecture in its wooden houses, not unlike Georgetown in some respects, but more European influences in the wide sidewalks and more trees in the middle of the avenues. In fact part of Paramaribo was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, and so many of the gorgeous wooden, white and black buidlings are being beautifully restored.
This is the big mosque in Paramaribo, taken from my hotel window. Suriname's population includes many people of Indian and Javanese descent, and this is actually not as colourful as most of the mosques you see in Suriname - which generally have oranges and greens!