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THE PALACE OF SANS-SOUCI

Ruins
Before it was partially destroyed by an earthquake in 1842, the Sans-Souci Palace was home to famous former slave-turned-king Henri Christophe I. With its deep historical roots the palace evokes a sense of nostalgic beauty, and is often compared to the majesty of the Palace of Versailles in France. The Palace features many high-arched windows as well as decadent staircases.
Palais de Sans-souci rear view | Palais de Sans-souci rear view ©Rémi Kaupp
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