Sights in Port-au-prince

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Port-au-Prince is a pretty city with more than enough things to do and see.

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Delfly Mansion

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Delfly Mansion was designed by a Haitian architect and is an impressive example of 19th-century French.

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Oloffson Hotel

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The Oloffson Hotel is anice turn-of-the-century gingerbread mansion

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Iron Market

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Strangely enough the Iron market sells not iron but food and various other consumer goods. It is a lively place with wonders only the Haitian's can bring alive with their spirit.

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zipcode:88054
address:2 birklie lane
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tel:445-2298
email:wendicono@hati.com

The Museum of Haitian Art

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The Museum of Haitian Art displays the country’s best collection of local art characterized by bold color and by the depiction of plants animals and people.

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The National Museum

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The Musee du Pantheon National Haitien houses Haitian relics early costumes paintings and historic documents in a hilltop mansion. (For us the highlights of the museum were the anchor from the

The National Museum of History is near the National Palace and houses information and artifacts describing the history of Haiti from the time of the Arawak and Taino Indians to the 1940's. There are striking murals depicting the cruelty of the Spaniards to the Indians and the cruelty of French to the African slaves. There are beautiful artifacts of the kings of more..

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Cathedral of St. Trinity

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With its huge paintings and murals of the local voodoo and Catholic spiritualism. One painting is a Biblical scene reminiscent of the wedding at Cana but the setting is a Haitian village

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