Name of property:
Complex R.K. Kerk Sint Willibrordus
Roman Catholic church built in stone on rectangular floor plan. Large gabled roof over nave. Lower extension of apse on east end. Front façade on west side: main entrance and a bell tower. Gothic openings with pointed arches, Gothic wooden tracery in the arches. Interior: three naves divided by arcades; open roof construction; black tiles on floor; tomb of builder of church, Father Jansen, annex memorial plate in northern aisle. Additional structures: old and new vicarage, two cisterns, flagpole foot.
Architectural and historical value as a late 19th-century RC church in the Neo-Gothic style; ethnographic and cultural-historical value as part of the RC mission of Curacao;
ensemble value as a coherent RC complex of a church, vicarages and cisterns in a historic setting; aesthetic value because of prominent location.
1884 – 1888