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The Caribbean Islands are one of the most traveled to place in the world One of these islands in the Caribbean Sea is the island of Hispano which is both the countries of Haiti and the Dominican Republic This country has a recorded history of about 552 years They also have special culture The general facts past history and culture all effect the ways of this country The country of Haiti is located in the Caribbean Sea which is just south of the Gulf of Mexico The Caribbean Sea is home to a lot of the worlds island The capital is Port-au-Prince which is located in the middle of the country right next to Golfe de la Gonave The whole county is about 10700 square miles It contains an estimated 6867995 people this is about 642 people per square mile This is actually quite dense considering that the United States has about 76 people per square mile The country of Haiti culture is very much like the French In fact Haiti is the only Latin American country where the culture is French The first language is French but another common language that is spoken there is Creole Many of the people speak Creole because the French settlers introduced it Creole is a mix of French and the native language that was spoken on the island Ninety-five percent of the people of Haiti come from an African decent The religion consists of eighty percent Roman Catholic sixteen percent Protestant and ninety five percent Voodoo Between the years of 1492 to the present day a lot of historical events have occurred The first time the country of Haiti fell under European rule was when Christopher Columbus first set foot on it putting it under the rule of the Spanish Then after many revolts in 1804 Haiti successfully became an independent country by passing a law stating its freedom It was very much like when the United States
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