Monuments in Haiti

Here are some popular Haitian monuments in Haitian and in various places around the world

Haitian Monument in Savannah GA

Haitian Monument in Savannah GA

The four bronze soldiers atop the monument's granite base represent the service and sacrifice of the Chasseurs Volontaires de Saint-Domingue, the 500-man Haitian unit that fought in the Oct. 9, 1779, battle that decided the Siege of Savannah.

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Monument de Vertières

Monument de Vertières

Cap-Haitien Photo: Monument de Vertières au Cap. (cf. Bataille de Vertière qui a mené à la libération)

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Neg Mawon - Haiti Monument

Neg Mawon - Haiti Monument

Look at this photo... Neg Mawon - Haiti Monument

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Palais Aux 365 Portes, Palais de la Belle Rivière - Haiti

Palais Aux 365 Portes, Palais de la Belle Rivière - Haiti

Here is the photo of the Palais des 365 Portes (365 Doors Palace) in Petite Rivière de l'Artibonite Haiti, originally called Le Palais de la Belle Rivière.

The palace 365 doors, was built in 1816 by Louis Dupeyrac to serve as the residence of King Henri 1er (Henri Christophe), king of Haiti.

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Henri Christophe, Savannah GA

Henri Christophe, Savannah GA

<P>The hatless drummer boy represents Henri Christophe, the future king of Haiti, who was just 12 when he served in Savannah.</P>
<P>The four bronze soldiers atop the monument's granite base represent the service and sacrifice of the Chasseurs Volontaires de Saint-Domingue, the 500-man Haitian unit that fought in the Oct. 9, 1779, battle that decided the Siege of Savannah. </P>
<P>more info @ <A href="HaitiTimeline.com&; </P>
<P>Photo: Steve Bisson</P>

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Jean-Jacques Dessalines Statue - Arcahaie Haiti

Jean-Jacques Dessalines Statue - Arcahaie Haiti

Statue of Jean-Jacques Dessalines in Arcahaie Haiti - here is a photo the monument of Haitian Emperor Jean-Jacques Dessalines at the public park - place publique - in Arcahaie Haiti.

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Citadelle Laferriere

Citadelle Laferriere

Here is a photo of Haiti's Citadelle Laferriere, the largest fortress in the western hemisphere built by Haitian King Henri Christophe.

Citadelle Laferriere is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Learn more about the Citadelle Laferriere here:
haitibio.com

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Chasseurs Volontaires Monument

Chasseurs Volontaires Monument

The four bronze soldiers atop the monument's granite base represent the service and sacrifice of the Chasseurs Volontaires de Saint-Domingue, the 500-man Haitian unit that fought in the Oct. 9, 1779, battle that decided the Siege of Savannah. more info @ HaitiTimeline.com

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Vertieres Monument

Vertieres Monument

Here is a photo of the Vertieres Monument in Cap Haitien Haiti.

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