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Caves in Haiti : Bassin Zim Cave - Bassin Zim (Hinche) Haiti

Caves in Haiti : Bassin Zim Cave - Bassin Zim (Hinche) Haiti

Not far from the town of Hinche Haiti is an amazing water fall called Bassin Zim. There are a few caves at Bassin Zim that no one talks about. This is one of them.

This cave is form from a white rock and it is not very deep. Many people who visit this site on a regular basis use this little cave to perform voodoo rituals.

So don't be surprised if you walk in this little cave and you find an image hung in there with one or more 'bougie' lit on a rock.

Haiti is a mystical place. It is a part of our culture.

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The old Catholic church In Hinche Haiti, this is the oldest cathedral in Island

The old Catholic church In Hinche Haiti, this is the oldest cathedral in Island

Here is a great Haiti tourist attraction you just have to visit on your next trip. This old catholic church in Hinche Haiti is more than 500 years old.

This cathedral in Hinche was built in 1503 by Nicolas de Ovando

This is one of the oldest catholic churches in Haiti, the oldest cathedral in the island of Hispaniola.

The saint in front of the catholic church in Hinche is Immaculee Conception, in Hinche they call it Manman Marie

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caribbean island of Hispaniola

caribbean island of Hispaniola

Here is a photo, caribbean island of Hispaniola, taken at a caribbean beach in Haiti, the western part of the second largest island in the Caribbean, the lsland of Hispaniola

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Palais National - Haiti National Palace

Palais National - Haiti National Palace

Here is photo of the White House in Haiti, Palais National, Haiti National Palace

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President Martelly, Ambassador Kenneth Merten

President Martelly, Ambassador Kenneth Merten

Here is a photo of Haiti President Michel Martelly and US Ambassador Kenneth Mertin laughing it off at the at a ceremony for the Caracol Industrial Park in northern Haiti on Nov. 28, 2011

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broadway shows

broadway shows

Here is a photo, broadway shows,as we drive through New York City, heading south towards One Times Square going through Duffy Square, 7th Ave and Broadway.

Times Square history: The intersection of Broadway and 42nd Street, at the southeast corner of Times Square, is the Eastern Terminus of the Lincoln Highway, the first road across America.

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We need help, food, water - Haiti earthquake SOS sign

We need help, food, water - Haiti earthquake SOS sign

In the aftermath of the earthquake, there were many SOS signs in the streets of Haiti. this one reads: We need help, food, water.

Still photo from the Hope For Haiti Not Telethon

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Pictures of Haiti

Pictures of Haiti

Haiti Pictures taken in July 2003

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Fort Dauphin, Haiti

Fort Dauphin, Haiti

Photographs of Fort-Dauphin in Haiti.<p>

Fort-Dauphin is located in the city of Fort Liberte Haiti. the fort was built in 1732.

<p>Learn more about the Forts in Haiti in the <a href="haitibio.com historical monuments</a> section of HaitiBio.com

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Tornado in Haiti

Tornado in Haiti

Here is a picture, Tornado in Haiti, taken at the Raymond Les Bains beach in Jacmel Haiti. We were sitting at the beach and suddenly there was a tornado/twister coming for us. strange as it may seem, no one panicked, not even me!

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