Photographer's Note

A boy posing close to his national flag painted on a wall in Cap-Haïtien, also called Le Cap, a city of about 190,000 inhabitants. From the city it is possible to see the Citadelle fortress, Labadie, sugar cane fields and Bois Caiman (vodoo ceremony site). The north coast of Haiti and especially Tortuga island were the most recognized areas for piracy in the Caribbeans in 17th and 18th century. Pirate of Caribbeans saga and the black swan refer to that place. Scanned image

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