Landhuis San Juan

The plantation San Juan was built in 1662 and is located between the plantations Cas Abou and Santa Martha. Early in the 17th century maize, sugar-cane, cotton and indogo were grown and live stock was breaded in this fertile valley. San Juan is unique because history is relatively well documented. There’s a slave book, in which the pregnant slaves are described that delivered their babies in the small room on the west side of the colonial home. San Juan is worth a visit because of the cool, shady driveway with Mansalinjas leading up to the plantation. We also strongly recommend a visit to one of the three cosy bays of the plantation.

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