Notre Dame Cathedral Ruins
Notre Dame Cathedral Ruins
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Kate L
Oakand, California40 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Business
These ruins give somewhat of an indication of the physical damage of the earthquake as you can clearly imagine the size and grandeur of the Catherdral before it was destroyed. Of course, this needs to be filled in with people's first hand accounts and reading about the destruction which occurred physically and emotionally. But it's definitely worth a visit. There are many memorials to those who died which were also important for me to visit.
Written 10 March 2016
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Meg250
Winston Salem, NC360 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016
This once-beautiful cathedral is a sad reminder of the devastating earthquake that destroyed so much of Haiti. It's worth the time to visit and see. I see that others were told they could not take pictures, so I will post a couple.
Written 21 February 2016
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Ellie N
Southampton Parish, Bermuda52 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Friends
Approximately 75-80 % of the church is gone. I am sure that some of the walls will need to be torn down, if and when it is rebuilt.
Written 31 December 2015
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kevin b
Fermathe 20 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
If you are white you will be robbed or worse. If you have to go in a group with at least 1 armed bodyguard. Full of dossiers just waiting to rob visitors.
Written 14 November 2018
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Robert C
New Holland, PA113 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Couples
We drove by the ruined cathedral during the November rioting in Port-au-Prince, so our choices on what to see were very limited. Our tour guide and driver drove by Notre Dame, but felt it unsafe to stop for too long. Windows were tightly shut and doors locked. There was a heavy military presence and tires burning in the streets. Granted, this was during an unfortunate upheaval, which accounts for the alarming security, however even during the best of times, our guide would not have gotten out and walked around the building due to unsavory characters and muggings. We have been to nearly 40 countries, feeling free to walk and explore on our own, even some of the most impoverished places, but not Port-au-Prince. Very unfortunate, but it's not worth the risk. Definitely don't try it on your own!
Written 18 December 2018
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bigtimetraveller2015
Charleston, SC4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
I wanted to see the ruins. It made me feel sad, being a Catholic I felt obligated to see it. Very disturbing to see the poor people waiting for food. There were so many people surrounding the van that had the food, it seemed as if they were turning the vehicle over.
Written 20 August 2015
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expatayiti
Port-au-Prince, Haiti58 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Business
I've visited a few times just driving by in Port. When friends from the US came to visit, I decided to hire a driver I know and do some more of the touristy things in Port (I'm American but have lived here for 6 years almost). The driver was able to get me inside the gates around the ruins - where my friends and I were able to walk around up close and really get a true sense of the enormity of the event. While we couldn't enter (entrances are boarded up), the ruins are a sobering reminder of what happened here in 2010, and the effects that event continue to have.
Written 22 July 2018
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Koni R
3 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Solo
The best Thing to do in PauPr. is: go with a Motortaxi around. There is - what a pity - not much to see. Even not the sea u can visit. All closed. The cathethral: U can just see it from one site. All to go want thru is closed
Written 22 March 2018
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massey750
Toledo, OH28 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017 • Friends
Drove by the building and around the back side. Probably not a good place to visit if you do not have some natives with you. Probably not safe to get out of car and walk around.
Written 13 December 2017
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michael c
Stockholm, Sweden1,031 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Solo
You have to see the damage done to this beautiful building. Completely destroyed. Seremons are being held outdoors near by.
Written 10 October 2017
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