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Town of Grand-Boucan in Haiti

Grand-Boucan is a cityship within the Baradères Arrondissement, part of Nippes Department. A coastal town, located on the northwestern part of Haiti's peninsula, it gazes out at the jewel-toned Caribbean Sea. The nearest large cities are Les Cayes and Port-au-Prince. Grand-Boucan, a town based on tradition, contains a largely Catholic community. Other practicing faiths are Protestant and Voodoo.

The sparkling Caribbean Sea can be seen from the center of town, and the sight of fishermen carrying their nets to the beaches lets tourists know this agricultural activity puts food on the table for many poor Haitian families living there. The sight of the city from a sea vessel, bobbing off the coast, inspires awe with its breath-taking mountain peaks set against a Caribbean blue sky, unlike no other in the world.

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