La Navidad was a settlement that Christopher Columbus and his men established in present-day Haiti in 1492 from the remains of the Spanish ship, the Santa María.
Latitude and longitude of Fort Liberté
Fort-Liberté (Haitian Creole: Fòlibète) is a commune and administrative capital of the Nord-Est Department, Haiti. It is close to the border of the Dominican Republic and is one of the oldest cities in the country.
Latitude: 19° 39' 45.83" N
Longitude: -71° 50' 16.73" W
Articles of interest in Fort Liberté
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Nord-Est (English: North-East, Haitian Creole: Nòdès) is one of the ten departments (French: départements) of Haiti. It has an area of 1,623 km² and a population of 300,493 as of 2003. Its capital is Fort-Liberté. It used to be part of Nord Departme…
The Capture of Fort-Dauphin was a bloodless encounter of the French Revolutionary Wars on which a Spanish expedition under Gabriel de Aristizábal seized Fort-Liberté, then named Fort-Dauphin, from Revolutionary France.
Fort-Liberté (Haitian Creole: Fòlibète) is an arrondissement in the Nord-Est Department of Haiti. It has 51,550 inhabitants.
Pepillo Salcedo is a municipality in the Monte Cristi Province of the Dominican Republic.
Trou-du-Nord (Haitian Creole: Twou dinò) is an arrondissement in the Nord-Est Department of Haiti. It has 86,586 inhabitants.
Ouanaminthe (Haitian Creole: Wanament) is an arrondissement in the Nord-Est Department of Haiti. It has 109,594 inhabitants.
Monte Cristi National Park (Parque National Monte Cristi) is a national park on the Caribbean Island of Hispaniola that extends from the borders of Haiti to Punta Rucia in the Dominican Republic and covers an area of 550 km².
Fort la Bouque (commonly referred by locals as labouc) is one of three colonial forts in the northeast area of Haiti or more specifically the Arrondissement of Fort-Liberte. The fort is located at the following coordinates (19°42′41.50″N71°50′39.44″…
Dajabón National Airport is a small airport that serves Dajabón Province in the western Dominican Republic, on the border with Haiti.