Cap-Haitian a French Colonial Paradise

Cap-Haitian a French Colonial Paradise

Cap-Haitian rates as the second densest city next to Port-au-Prince, a population of 190,000 residents.

Henri Christophe, a Haitian monarch, proclaimed Cap-Haitian capital of North Haiti, naming it Cap Henry.

Cap-Haitian baroque architecture has survived over 300 years, its facades a world of lost gentility and courtliness.

Cap-Haitian's coastline is sprinkled with placid white-sand beaches and the Citadelle Laferriere is a not-to-be-missed experience. It increases its mystique as years pass.

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