PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA, Colorful Haitian Tap-Taps Representing Participating Countries

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Look at this photo... CARIFESTA in Haiti, Colorful Haitian Tap-Taps with posters of the participating Caribbean countries on top: Belize, Dominica, Bahamas, a Unique Caribbean Experience... ONLY in Haiti baby...

See more photos at the CARIFESTA Photo Gallery

PHOTO: Haiti - closing ceremony of Carifesta XII
PHOTO: Haiti Real Live NEG MAWON on Stage at CARIFESTA XII
PHOTO: Haiti - CARIFESTA XII - First Lady Sophia Martelly Inaugurates Grand Market
PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage
PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage
PHOTO: Haiti CARIFESTA XII - SUPERNOVAS Steel Band performing live at Grand Market Stage

The big Caribbean Arts Festival happening in Haiti... It's simply beautiful...

Photo: Ministère de la Culture Haïti

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