marche en fer
This is our historic Haitian Iron Market back in the days. The Marche en Fer in Port-au-Prince
Marche en Fer had its share of difficulties in the beginning of the 21st century. The iron market was decimated by a fire in 2008, and the 2010 earthquake gave it the final knock-out punch that actually brought the marche to its knee before the Digicel CEO paid for its renovation
Here is a beautiful picture of the Marche en Fer or Iron Market as it was renovated after the 2010 earthquake.
The historic marche Hyppolite was built in the 19th century in France. The original plan was not to build a Marche. The French engineers made this structure to be use in Cairo, Egypt as a railway station.
This is a picture of Denis O'Brien, CEO of Digicel and the Irish billionaire who donated 12 million for the project of renovating the Iron Market or Marche en Fer.
Marche Hyppolite was built in the 19th century and the plan was not to build a Marche. The French engineers made this structure to be used in Cairo, Egypt as a railway station
This is a picture taken from the inside og Haitian Iron Market. The Marche en Fer was just renovated and this is a view of the inside that is much better looking than before. it was reported in a newspaper that Irish billionaire Denis O'Brien will also fund the maintenance of Marche Hyppolite until the year 2061.
Here is a picture of the famous Haitian Iron Market, Marche en Fer as it was set on fire, disturbing the livelyhood of manu people in Port-au-Prince
Billionaire Denis O'Brien gave back the opportunity to thousands of merchants to sell their arts and other products and make a living to support their family by paying to rebuild the marche after the Haiti earthquake