On the northeastern coast of South America lies a little country, Suriname. Officially, it is called the Republic of Suriname, bordered by French Guiana, Brazil, Guyana, and North Atlantic Ocean in east, south, west, and north respectively. The country is distinguished by massive swaths of tropical rainforest, a melting pot culture, and Dutch colonial architecture.
Suriname has a population of 580,000 citizens with a 163,820 sq km landed area which makes it a quarter of the Netherlands. Paramaribo is the capital of the little sovereign country, Suriname. It's also the largest city in the country.