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2007 Carnaval Haiti / Miami

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Carnaval 2007 Champs de Mars :Click on the link below to see the pictures
Feb 19, 2007

The Staff of Pikliz.com is encouraging you to visit the site : www.jwilavi.com to see the most bea ...more

utiful pictures of Carnival 2007 in Haiti : http://jwilavi.com/events/kanaval/Kanaval_2007_1/index6.html

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Jacmel Carnaval 2007/Photos by : Sakapfet.com
Feb 11, 2007

We would like to thank Sakapfet for sharing the pictures with pikliz.com . We are taking this opport ...more

unity to let every one know that if you can't go to Haiti for Carnival , you can see it live on sakapfet.com
Enjoy the pictures

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Carnaval Brazil 2006 & 2007
Feb 1, 2006
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Haitian/Brazilian Carnival Party @ Marabou Café
Feb 23, 2007

Photos by : Francois Adrien (Part 1)

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Pikliz @ Calle Ocho 2007
Mar 11, 2007

Photos by Francois Adrien, Part 1
in the company of HENESSY

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Haitian/Brazilian Carnival Night @ Marabou Café
Feb 23, 2007

Photos by Rachel Moscoso Denis (Part 2)

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Pikliz @ Calle Ocho 2007

Photos by Rachel Moscoso Denis, Part 2
In the company of HENESSY

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Welcome to Carnaval @ Vizcaya, Miami
Mar 9, 2007

Photos by Francois & Jessie Adrien

The Kiwanis Club of Little Havana cordially invited more than ...more

2000 people to celebrate "CARNAVAL MIAMI". Welcome to Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Vizcaya is a National Historic Landmark; we're also a museum owned by Miami-Dade County and accredited by the American Association of Museums. Vizcaya is open to the public 364 days each year, and we invite you to visit this serene and stunningly beautiful retreat in the heart of Miami.

Vizcaya was built by agricultural industrialist James Deering, who wintered on the property from 1916–1925. Today, the extraordinary European-inspired estate includes a Main House filled with art and furnishings, ten acres of gardens on Biscayne Bay, a hardwood hammock (native forest), and an historic village that we’re restoring for public enjoyment.

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