PHOTO: Haiti - Nouveau Lycee Charlemagne Peralte de Hinche

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PHOTO: Haiti - Nouveau Lycee Charlemagne Peralte de Hinche

Gade photo saa... Hinche Haiti genyen yon nouvo Lycee tou nèf, Lycee Charlemagne Peralte de Hinche... Lycee saa li lòtbò Hinquitte bou moun ki konnen ville Hinche... Photo saa te fet nan dat 25 Mai 2014 pandan kek bos pent tap depoze denye kouch penti yo sou mi lycee a pou li pa pare pou bay timoun Hinche yo ledikasyon...

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