Sans Souci

Situated in the town of Milot, Ramiers City, Haiti, Sans-Souci Palace was the royal residence of King Henri I, Queen Marie-Louise and their two daughters. It was one of the most splendid buildings back in the days that boast lovely gardens, magnificent dining halls where great feast and dances where kept, plus the charming bedrooms.
The impressiveness of Sans-Souci is nestled within the National History Park. Created by the ruling president in 1978, in a marvelous natural setting of mountainous peaks covered with lush tropical vegetation, the palace represents the first monument of independence for the Haitians. Although Sans Souci started construction in 1810, it was completed in 1813. But before the construction of Sans Souci, Milot was a French plantation that Christophe managed for a period during the Haitian Revolution.
While there you will see the creativity of Henri Christophe's unique designs as he showcase how the powerful and capable the black race can be. Even though Sans-Souci is now a ruin, you can still imagine its splendor while noting the many elaborate building designs. Explore Sans Souci as it tells you of its distinguished example which illustrates the historical value of Haiti at the dawn of its independence.
An astonishing palace surrounded by gorgeous gardens, at the foot of Milot, Palais Sans-Souci is currently being restored, to display its peculiar beauty. Combining an exceptional harmony with the mountainous setting, you will also see the Baroque staircase and the classical terraces. The steps of the gardens will remind you of being in Potsdam and Vienna, while the canals are an inspiration from Versailles, France. 
Conveying an inexpressible hallucinatory quality of an extraordinary king, this remarkably structure allows you to enjoy its elaborate beauty. Sans Souci is a must visit while in Haiti to learn more about the island history as you wander through the colossal walls and amazing grounds.