Pic la Selle (Kreyòl: Pik Lasel), also called Morne La Selle, is the highest peak in Haiti with a height of 2,680 metres (8,793 ft) above sea level. The mountain is part of the Chaîne de la Selle mountain range.
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Étang Saumâtre (in English, brackish pond) is the largest lake in Haiti and the second largest lake in Hispaniola, after Lake Enriquillo. It is also known as Lac Azuéi (Lake Azuéi); it is called Lago del Fondo in the Dominican Republic.
Dubé and Dube are common surnames, mostly French-based.
Jimaní is the capital and the second largest city of the Independencia Province of the Dominican Republic. It serves as one of the two main thoroughfares to Haiti (with Dajabón), with a duty-free open-air marketplace operating on the border with the…
Chaîne de la Selle is the name of a mountain chain in Haiti. Part of it is Pic la Selle, which is the highest point of Haiti at a height of 2,680 meters (8,793 feet) above sea level.
Trou Caïman (literally "Caiman's Hole" in French), sometimes called Eau Gallée by locals, is a saltwater lake in Haiti known for its excellent birdwatching opportunities. The lake is 9 km (5.6 mi) long, 3 km (1.9 mi) wide, and approximately 16 km² (…
Malpasse is a town in the Croix-des-Bouquets arrondissement, inside the Ouest Department of Haiti. It is located around (18°29′20″N71°53′1″W).
The Rivière Soliette (in Haiti) or Arroyo Blanco (in the Dominican Republic) is a river in the southwest of the Dominican Republic.
Ditto is a populated place in Ouest Department, Haiti.