Hinche Travel Guide, Haiti
The city of Hinche is situated in the country of Haiti. Centre is one of the 10 different departments which make up the country of Haiti and the city of Hinche is part of Centre Department.
The city of Hinche is located in the proximity of Dominican Republic and during its historical years the city of Hinche has always dangled between the country of Haiti and Dominican Republic. It was a treaty signed somewhere in the year of 1936 which finally made the city of Hinche as part of Haiti for all the years to come.
The population for the city of Hinche is around 50000 inhabitants which is huge when compared to many other metro cities in the country of Haiti.
Media has grown well in the city of Hinche in last couple of years. As of today there are 6 official radio channels and two very famous local television channels. The names of these television channels are Télé Connection and Télé Smart. Also, the names of the 6 radio stations are Radyo Leve Kanpe, Radio Super Continentale, Radio Seven Stars, Radio Quotidien FM, Radyo Vwa Peyizan, and Radio Immaculée Conception.
The city of Hinche has been gifted with a network of roads which connects the city with many neighboring cities. The most important of these roads are Route National 3 (also referred to as RN3 in short) which is around 130 kilometers long. This connects the city of Hinche to the city of Port - au - Prince. Even the city of Port - au - Prince has many flights which regularly fly and connect this city to the city of Hinche. Another road which branches from the Route National 3 connects the city of Hinche to the city of Malpasse.
The cuisine for the city of Hinche is more or less Caribbean with extra pepper and the touches of French cuisine too. Some of the famous cuisines which are very famous in the city of Hinche are lambi (which is like conch), griot (these is deeply fried pork), rice with touches of djon - djon (small sized mushrooms), and tassot (which is jerked beef). If you are a vegetarian then you surely will have to face tough times in the city of Hinche as pig fat is used in almost every dish in this city of Hinche.
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