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    Haiti language

    The Republic of Haiti is a country that belongs to the Antilles (Caribbean Islands), in Central America. It is made up of almost 11 million people (85th position) and has an area of ​​27,750 km 2 (144th). Its capital is Port-au-Prince. Its human development index is low (163º) and its official currency is the Haitian gourde. And what language is spoken in Haiti? What language do they speak in Haiti? Haiti has two official languages, which are the following: Haitian Creole, spoken by virtually the entire population of the country (~11 million). French , which is spoken by 42% of…

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  • History of Haiti

    Brief history of Haiti summarized A brief review of the history of Haiti, in an entertaining and summarized way. Colonial Haiti Haiti is part of the island of Hispaniola. Before the arrival of the Europeans, a people called the Arawaks lived there. However, on December 6, 1492, Christopher Columbus landed at the Mole Saint-Nicolas in the northwest and named the island Hispaniola. Columbus built a fort on the island and left 39 men in his charge. However, when he returned in 1493, he discovered that the Arawaks had killed them. However, Cristóbal’s brother Bartolomé continued to explore the island and…

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  • Traditions and customs of Haiti

    What traditions and customs are there in Haiti? We will know the customs and traditions of Haiti. Gastronomy Food in daily life Nutritional deficits are not due to inadequate knowledge, but to poverty. Most residents have a sophisticated understanding of dietary needs, and there is a well-known system of indigenous food categories that closely approximates modern, scientifically informed nutritional categorization. Rural Haitians are not subsistence farmers. Peasant women often sell much of the family harvest in regional open-air markets and use the money to buy food for the household. Rice and beans are considered the national dish and are the…

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