Massif de la Hotte selected by UNESCO as Biosphere reserve

The site of la Hotte which is located in the Massif o La Hotte in Haiti has been selected by UNESCO as a Biosphere reserve. This decision was made in Peru by UNESCO as they added 20 additional sites to the World Network of Biosphere Reserves. This brings the total number of biosphere reserves around the world to 669, scattered in 120 countries.


Haitian Kreyol:

Massif de la Hotte chwazi pa UNESCO kòm Biosphère mete an rezèv

Massif de le Hotte te chwazi pa UNESCO kòm yon rezèv byosfèr. Desizyon sa a te fè nan Perou pa UNESCO pandan ke yo te ajoute 20 sit anplis nan Rezo Mondyal byosfèr Rezèv. Sa a pote kantite total rezèv byosfr atravè mond lan a 669 ki gaye toupatou nan 120 peyi.

Ki sa pi di?

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Nadegecerettoparis says...

I'm Nadege, in charge of editing inflight Le Bon Air published by Air Antilles/Guyane.

I'm looking for free HD photos about Haïti / Massif de la Hotte so as to illustrate a paper.

Please could you help us and send a few?

So as to thank you, we can mention your website at the end of our article.

Thanks in

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