Haiti's Iron Market (Marche en Fer) Burned to the Ground

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Marche En Fer Haiti, Port-au-Prince Iron Market, Newsletter, Marché Hyppolite Haiti

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Look at this photo... Haiti's Haiti's Iron Market (Marche en Fer) also known as the Marché Hyppolite was burned to the ground on the night of Monday 12 to Tuesday 13 February 2018.

This same iron market destroyed by the Jan 2010 Haiti earthquake was restored by with the financial support Irishman Denis O'Brien, owner of the mobile phone company Digicel, for a whopping 12 million dollars US

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