Haiti Road Signs - Belle Anse, Grand Gosier, Anse-a-Pitres

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Here is a photo of the Haiti road sign for Belle Anse, Grand Gosier, Anse-a-Pitres.

Belle-Anse and Grand Gosier are municipalities in the Belle-Anse Arrondissement, in the Sud-Est Department of Haiti.

Anse-à-Pitres is a border town, also in the Belle-Anse Arrondissement. The border crossing from Anse-à-Pitres to Pedernales is one of the four chief land crossings from Haiti to the Dominican Republic.

Photo credit: haiticherie1.blogspot.com


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