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Port-au-Prince has a population of more than two million people. The various ethnicities include the Africans, Mulattos, Hispanics, and some of Middle Eastern origin.
Petionville is named after Alexandre Sabès Pétion, one of the prominent freedom fighters in Haiti’s fight for independence ... More in the nineteenth century. The culture is an exciting mixture of the all the various ethnic groups with strong French influences. The official languages are French and Creole. This unique cultural mix is especially visible in the music and cuisine of this place.
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Haiti is a country whose people still live in extremely poor quality conditions
following social conflict and cruelty.
But Haiti is also a lively land with extraordinary...