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This Is Sans-Souci With Photographer Hunter Kittrell


Another shoot at Sans Souci Place.  This magical place never disappoints.The ruins of this once beautiful palace are a national historic site in Haiti, and a symbol of the greatness of this country.  Destroyed in an earthquake that rocked the North in 1842, its mighty walls and arches still make the perfect backdrop for picture taking.  These two little ones were promised candy and a possible glimpse of Anna and Elsa if they did good for the camera man.  😉 – Hunter Kittrell’s


Located in Milot, Nord Department, Haiti. The Sans-Souci Palace was the royal residence of King Henri Christophe I of Haiti, the self imposed monarch who as a former slave had fought in the American Revolutionary War alongside George Washington. He then went on to be a key leader in the Haitian Revolution in 1804, when the small nation gained independence from France. – Read More Here

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