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Jan Kok

One of the oldest country houses in Curaçao is Jan Kok. The manor was built in 1840 to replace the one built at the beginning of the 18th century. The central part has a gable roof and there are several adjacent buildings. The old slave clock is still hanging on the southern terrace. The manor is named after 18th-century slave master Jan Kok, who was known for his cruelty. Many people still believe that his evil spirit visits the house. From the terrace you can look out over the salt pans of St. Marie Bay, where contemporary flamingo colonies color the landscape. You can visit the mansion, where Nena Sanchez (a famous local artist) has her gallery.

Opening times are from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 17:00

 

Nena Sanchez

The well-known local artist, Nena Sanchez, her gallery is located in the Jan Kok mansion. Here you can view her colorful artworks or purchase an artwork.

 

Opening hours

Opening times are from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 17:00

 

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