Port-au-Prince, HaitiPort-au-Prince, population 846,200 (1995), is the capital of Haiti. It is located on a bay of the Gulf of La Gonave. The city exports coffee and sugar. Port-au-Prince has food-processing plants and soap, textile, and cement factories.
Landmarks include the quay, the University of Haiti, the National Palace, the National Museum, and the Basilica of Notre Dame.