Name of property:
The Cathedral of Curaçao with Parish Hall
Large building complex made up of a cathedral with parish hall. Cathedral: basilica design with nave and aisles, two towers and choir closed at five sides. No transepts. Gable roof over nave and lean-to roofs over aisles. Towers covered with pyramidal roofs. Parish hall: large detached oblong two-storey structure with ridge parallel to square. Gable roof. Gable top in axis of front façade, arched door and windows laid out in thirteen axes.
Architectural historical and cultural historical value because of the coherence of cathedral and parish hall. Ditto, because of the basilica concept and the elements referring to the gothic style. Cultural historical value as the Cathedral of Curaçao and as an element of the history of Roman-Catholicism on Curaçao. Specific value as part of a protected monumental townscape.