PRESENTS: SANS - SOUCI
Sans - Souci meaning “without worries”, was the name of the first royal palace in the Caribbean situated in Haiti. Built in 1810-1813, less than a decade after the Haitian independence victory, the Sans-Souci Palace, once referred to as the Versailles of the Caribbean, was the first palace of its kind in the new world that housed a black king and queen.
The Palace was built to show other civilizations that no matter the color of our skin, we were capable of building and enjoying the same luxury. The presentation will be a vision of what it would have been like to attend an evening at the court of such marvelous palace.