Haiti’s historic Port-au-Prince Iron Market ravaged by fire
A fire ripped through the historic Iron Market in Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince on Monday night, destroying one of the city’s major tourist attractions.
The , or Iron Market, had been rebuilt following the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The building also suffered heavy damage in a fire in 2008.
Traders lost their inventories and their livelihood as the blaze ruined one of the market’s two halls.
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