Pérodin lies within Artibonite Department, an area with many waterbodies including the Seche, Bristol, and Potemot Ravines. One noteworthy feature is Morne Decide ridge.
Two major airports are nearby: Port-au-Prince International and Cap Haitien Airports.
St. Elizabeth de Hongrie is Pérodin's Catholic Church, in Gonaives Diocese. It has a congregation of 16,000 faithful, and runs a school with 325 students.
Cities near to Pérodin include Hinche, Mirebalais, Saint-Marc, Montrouis, and Port-au-Prince. It is near Sylvio Cator Stadium, site of international sports events.
Pérodin lies within Artibonite Department in central Haiti. It is an area filled wit many waterbodies including the Seche, Bristol, and Potemot Ravines, the Riviere la Source, and Trou Caiman. It is also near the largest river on the island of Hispaniola, the Artibonite River, and its lesser relative, Petite Riviere de l'Artibonite. The most noteworthy feature of the mountainous area is Morne Decide ridge.
As a small undeveloped town, it can only be gotten to on foot. Ironically though, two major airports are nearby: Port-au-Prince International Airport and Cap Haitien Airport. The Pérodin area even contains some small-aircraft landing fields, most notably Cabo Rojo.
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