Haitian Tourist Attractions

Haiti National Palace... Once upon a time in Haiti...

Haiti National Palace... Once upon a time in Haiti...

Here is a picture of the Haitian National Palace... This used to be the official residence of the President of Haiti in capital Port-au-Prince until an earthquake hit Haiti on 12 Jan 2010.

The national palace was severely damaged during this devastating earthquake. then President Rene Preval said the famous phrase: "My Palace Collapse!"

The ruins of the building were demolished in 2012 under the Martelly administration. Plans to rebuild the palace were announced by in 2017.

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Haiti Presidential Palace In Ruins

Haiti Presidential Palace In Ruins

After the Haiti Earthquakes, the Presidential palace of haiti lays in ruins

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Caribbean Cruise - Oasis Of the Seas - Labadee Haiti

Caribbean Cruise - Oasis Of the Seas - Labadee Haiti

Cruise ships can now Dock in Labadee Haiti. Here is a photo of Oasis Of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world, docked in Labadee Beach Haiti

Photo: Frantz Duval / Facebook

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Caribbean Beach Party - Rara, Kanaval At The Beach

Caribbean Beach Party - Rara, Kanaval At The Beach

Here is a photo of me, Woodring Saint Preux, dancing to some RARA at a beach in the Island of Hispaniola, some call it Kiskeya, we call it Haiti, you call it what you want.

See all the photos on
Belpoz.com and
HaitiTravelBlog.com

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Haiti Cave Entrance Looks like Continent Of Africa

Haiti Cave Entrance Looks like Continent Of Africa

Africa looking cave in the Caribbean -- Here is a photo if a cave in Haiti shaped like the african continent

This is the entrance of the Bassin Zim Cave in Hinche, Central Haiti.

See more photos of the Bassin Zim Cave here:
belpoz.com

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Black History month - Haiti Savanah Monment

Black History month - Haiti Savanah Monment

WOCT11 News channel in Atlanta Georgia gave a shot out to Haiti and the volunteers of San Domingue for Black History month.

"Those black men fought right here in Savannah during American Revolution they were called the volunteers of San Domingue. That is black men from San Domingue. We know San Domingue as Haiti today,"

Read it here: wtoctv.com

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