The National Museum of Haiti (Musée National d'Haiti) is an art museum in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, that was built in 1938.  It is located at Route Nationale No. 1 in the neighborhood of Montrouis. It is not to be confused with the Musée du Panthéon National Haitien (MUPANAH), which is a history museum built in 1983 and located across the street from the National Palace.
The National Museum houses information and artifacts covering the history of Haiti from the time of the Arawak and Taino Indians until the 1940s. There are murals showing the treatment of the Indians by the Spaniards and the treatment of African slaves by the French. There are also artifacts relating to the emperors of Haiti, including the pistol with which King Henri Christophe committed suicide.

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Port-au-PrincePort-au-Prince is the capital and largest city of the Caribbean country of Haiti. The city's population was 897,859 as of the 2009 census, and was officially estimated to have reached 942,194 in 2012.[1] The city of Port-au-Prince is on the Gulf of Gonâve: the bay on which the city lies, which acts as a natural Read more

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