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Protestant church commissioned by Shell. Influences of Dutch architecture in Dutch East Indies. Concrete structure with rectangular floor plan and lower extension at northeast side. Bell tower at north-western side. Gable roof with over core area of church with lean-to roofs on both sides. Front façade on west side: central entrance with wooden doors. Concrete curved canopy above entrance. Metal frames with stained glass in window openings. Interior: wooden columns support wooden roof construction; green ceramic tiles on floor. Church furniture from the Shell period.
Architectural historical value as an example of the Shell architecture; cultural-historical and ethnographic value as a Protestant church and as part of the Shell era in Curaçao; ensemble value as coherent part of surrounding Shell districts.