Haiti Nord Department Milot

Palais Sans-Soucis

An 18th-century Haitian royal ruin in Milot, once called the "Caribbean Versailles," emblematic of the New World’s first successful slave revolt.

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Palais Sans-Soucis is a stunning 19th-century palace situated in the Milot Nord Department of Haiti. This iconic site was built by King Henri Christophe in 1810 and served as the royal residence until his death in 1820. The palace features a blend of European and Haitian architectural styles, magnificent gardens, and breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. Today, it is a designated World Heritage Site and a must-visit for history and architecture buffs.

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  • World Heritage Sites in the Caribbean

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    These World Heritage Sites have been designated as such for their importance to the history of our planet and the cultural significance that they carry throughout the sunny Caribbean. From pastel-colored towns to ancient palaces, let's take a look into some of the incredible history and architecture that encompasses the gorgeous islands along the Caribbean sea.