Letter Kenny

The quiet village of Letter Kenny, about seventeen miles from New Amsterdam on the Corentyne coast, has attracted attention because of its swirl-shaped coconut tree which many think is quite phenomenal. People from all over would stop and take photographs of the tree which is located in the yard of a vacant house. Opposite it, there is a Madras temple.

There are also other temples in the village which is dominated by Hindus, as well as a rice mill, mechanic shop, supermarket, Chinese restaurant, gas station, rum shops, DVD shops, a hardware store, spare parts shops and the Casablanca Boutique, which sells designer clothing.

Letter Kenny also has two Christian churches, one of which operates an outreach service for underprivileged persons.
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