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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