Here is a picture of the city of Petion-Ville in Haiti.
The city of Petion Ville is located on the outskirts of the capital city, Port au Prince. The city, founded in 1831, was named after former president Alexandre Petion. Previously a suburban area to the east of Port au Prince, Petion Ville is now the centre of tourism and commerce in the area. Also a residential area especially for the affluent class of the society, it can be regarded as the wealthiest city in Haiti. Many international banks, hotels and embassies are located in Petion Ville. In 2010, an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale hit the area, disrupting the progress of the city. The city has gradually recovered from the damage caused to the trade, commerce and infrastructure. The social life of Petion Ville is not far behind in any respect. Besides a very active night life in the presence of various bars and casinos, a number of top class restaurants, boutiques and art galleries can be found in here.
Clinique Maternité de Pétion-Ville is located next to Pétionville and is in Ouest Department in Haiti. Maternité de Pétion-Ville has a length of 60 meters. The clinic is supervised by its present Medical Director: Dr. Georges Charles who can be contacted at: 3443-3388 and 3730-8791. The other contact details of the clinic are as follows.
Address: 1, Rue Goulard, Petionville (near Place Boyer), Haiti. Phone : (509) 29 43 11 60 ; (509) 22 26 02 00 and Email :firstname.lastname@example.org
Some more Health facilities in the area near Clinique Maternité de Pétion-Ville:
Clinique Maternité de Pétion-Ville
Clinique Chirurgicale Lambert Sante, Pétionville
Hospital De Fermathe (Baptist Mission)
Hospital Eliazar Germain, Petion-Ville
Hospital de la Communauté Haïtienne, Pétionville
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Found at 19 Rigaud, Petion-Ville, the Galerie Monnin has, for over half a century, been the place to go to see art of a new wave influence in Haiti. Founded by the Monnin family, of Swiss origin, the gallery has on display excellent pieces that showcase Haiti's growth in art and culture. On display in the gallery's storefront is the hugely popular, sequined Voodoo Flag, the Drapo Vodou. With over three generations in the country, the gallery remains a premiere place for art and art lovers in the country.
19 Rigaud, Petion-Ville, Haiti
+509 22 57 4430
The Galerie D'Art Nader found in Perion-Ville, serves the Haitian community with works from old masters and new phenomena alike. Founded in 1964 by the renowned art dealer and promoter Georges S. Nader, the gallery is now run by his daughter, Myriam Nader-Salomon, who splits her time and considerable talents between it, a location in New York, one in Florida, and their online gallery. Call at 845-367-3039. In Haiti, they are located zt: 50 Rue Gregoire - Petion-Ville, Haiti
Offering original Haitian paintings online, the NaderHaitianArt.com is more than just an online store. Owner Myriam Nader-Salomon has been in the Haitian art business since 1989, working as an appraiser and overall art expert. With brick and mortar galleries in Florida and New York, the Nader collection makes itself widely accessible, offering commitment on originality, a wide inventory and competitive pricing. They also offer appraisal services for those with pieces of Haitian art they would like to have estimated for market value.
Online Art Gallery
P.O. Box 840
Haverstraw, NY 10927
Not many art galleries can claim to be two things in one, but Les Ateliers Jerome, or the Jerome Workshops operates as both an art gallery and a space for cultural activity. Opened in Haiti in 1985, the gallery uses the experience and talent of its two founders, International Association of Art Critics, Caribbean region member Miereille Perodin Jerome, and acclaimed artist Jean-Rene Jerome, to create an environment that fosters the joy of art and its analysis. The gallery operates through cooperation with international bodies.
46 Rebecca Street
509 3705-6825 / 3411-9833
With over 20 years on the art scene under their belt, the Expressions Art Gallery knows how to sell art and make it exciting. Located in Petion-Ville, Haiti, the gallery was founded in 1991 by Habib and Khatia Jiha. Today, the gallery promotes art in exhibitions around the world, and it also acts as a sponsor of new artists. With pieces that uphold quality, but can also be quite affordable (they boast a section for art under $350), the Expressions Gallery has planted itself firmly as a treasure trove for art.
55, rue Metellus
Tel (509) 3713 0522 Cell(509) 3602 0232
Get Your Sweet Tooth on at Patisserie Marie Beliard
Patisserie Marie Beliard in Petion-Ville is a pastry, sandwich, and appetizer restaurant, with a superior reputation for serving the best Haitian culinary food in the area.
Lunch items include ham-and-cheese paninis and biscuit turnovers, stuffed with meat, chicken, or seafood fillings.
The patisserie excels in desserts, creating such classics as cheese cake, éclairs, napoleons, and croissants.
Restaurant reviewers use such superlatives as "the best bakery in town", "can't live without it", and "everything is exquisitely delicious".
Angle Rue Faubert & Lambert - Pétion-Ville, Haiti
For the price of $152.90 a night for occupancy in one of their beautifully, minimally designed standard rooms, Petion-Ville's newest hotel, the Hotel Villa Therese, offers luxury, comfort and accessibility in one package. Found on Rue Leon, the hotel has 23 rooms, its own restaurant which serves Haitian cuisine, Wi-Fi and air conditioning for all rooms. With all its perks, and the quant attraction of the hotel, it should hold up well with the local competition.