<cutline_leadin>OLD WORLD AND NEW:</cutline_leadin> Haiti’s National History Park in the northern town of Milot stands as a momument to the country’s freedom. <137>Flanked by mountains, the area includes the largest fortress in the Americas, the Citadelle Henry, the Site des Ramiers, and the Palais San-Souci.<137> Below, Habitation Jouissant, which has 13 rooms, is one of the newer hotels in Cap-Haïtien
<cutline_leadin>OLD WORLD AND NEW:</cutline_leadin> Haiti’s National History Park in the northern town of Milot stands as a momument to the country’s freedom. <137>Flanked by mountains, the area includes the largest fortress in the Americas, the Citadelle Henry, the Site des Ramiers, and the Palais San-Souci.<137> Below, Habitation Jouissant, which has 13 rooms, is one of the newer hotels in Cap-Haïtien PHOTOS BY JACQUELINE CHARLES MIAMI HERALD STAFF
<cutline_leadin>OLD WORLD AND NEW:</cutline_leadin> Haiti’s National History Park in the northern town of Milot stands as a momument to the country’s freedom. <137>Flanked by mountains, the area includes the largest fortress in the Americas, the Citadelle Henry, the Site des Ramiers, and the Palais San-Souci.<137> Below, Habitation Jouissant, which has 13 rooms, is one of the newer hotels in Cap-Haïtien PHOTOS BY JACQUELINE CHARLES MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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November 05, 2014 1:29 PM

Haiti hopes the beauty of its north coast will draw visitors

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