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Ayiti | Nò (Nord)

(TO BE CUSTOMIZED BY EACH DEPARTMENT)

The Department of Nò (Kreyòl/Creole) or Nord (François/French) is subdivided into seven communes, which are further subdivided into nineteen communal sections.  

1- Akil dinò (Acul-du-Nord)

  • Acul-du-Nord
  • Milot
  • Plaine-du-Nord

2- Grann Rivyè dinò (Grand-Rivière-du-Nord)

  • Grande-Rivière-du-Nord
  • Bahon

3- Kap Ayisyen (Cap-Haïtien)

  • Cap-Haïtien
  • Limonade
  • Quartier-Morin

4- Lenbe (Limbé)

  • Limbé
  • Bas-Limbé
  • Labadee

5- Obòy (Borgne)

  • Borgne
  • Port-Margot

6- Plezans (Plaisance)

  • Plaisance
  • Pilate

7- Sen Rafayèl (Saint-Raphaël)

  • Saint-Raphaël
  • Dondon
  • La Victoire
  • Pignon
  • Ranquitte
Geography

The department of Nò (Nord) is bordered on the north by the Atlantic Ocean, to the west by the Nodès (Nord Ouest) department, to the south by the Latibonit (Artibonite) department, and to the east by the Nòdès (Nord-Est) department.

Topographically, its territory is separated between the Plain of the North or Caracol Plain from Limbé to Samana and the Massif of the North or the Cordillera Septentrional. The biggest rivers are the Northern River or Rivière-du-Nord. The Mapou River goes through the city of Le Cap. The biggest bays are the bay of Cap harboring multiple cays and Acul harboring Amiga island.

Coast

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Geology

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Environment

There are mangrove forests on the east side of the bay and along the Mapou River. The National History Park with the Citadelle, San-Souci, and Ramiers structures is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Restoration Project Sites

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