Grand-Gosier is a commune in the , in the department of . It has 10,852 inhabitants. It is the birthplace of celebrated Haitian poet and Haitian Creole language advocate Félix Morisseau-Leroy.
18.185° or 18° 11' 6.2" north
-71.9174° or 71° 55' 2.5" west
Open Location Code
35 metres (115 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 614876979
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: جراند جوسير
  • Cebuano: Grand Gosier
  • Chinese: Grand-Gosier
  • Dutch: Grand-Gosier
  • French: Grand-Gosier
  • Greek: Γκραν-Γκοζιέ
  • Haitian; Haitian Creole: Gran Gozye
  • Italian: Grand-Gosier
  • Japanese: グラン・ゴジエ
  • Min Nan Chinese: Grand-Gosier
  • Portuguese: Grand-Gosier
  • Romanian: Grand-Gosier
  • Spanish: Grand-Gosier
  • Swedish: Grand Gosier
  • Grande Gosier

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