Kas Di Pali Maishi, or sorghum stalk house, is a historical example of a typical adobe home similar to those used by slaves, representing the way the Afro-Curaçoan rural population lived until the 1950s on Curaçao. The small museum is dedicated to understanding the lifestyle of the African slaves here, exhibiting furniture, tools, and other artifacts helpful for understanding the memory of the island’s complex colonial heritage.
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