Thomonde

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Thomonde
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Thomonde
Location in Haiti
Coordinates: 19°1′0″N71°58′0″W / 19.01667°N 71.96667°W / 19.01667; -71.96667 Coordinates: 19°1′0″N71°58′0″W / 19.01667°N 71.96667°W / 19.01667; -71.96667
Country Flag of Haiti.svg Haiti
Department Centre
Arrondissement Hinche
Population (2007)
  Total 3,784

Thomonde is a commune in the Hinche Arrondissement, in the Centre department of Haiti. It is located in the Centre or "Plateau Central", arrondissement Hinche. The geo-coordinates are 19.02N and 71.97W. The population was about 2,381 in 1982 (Haiti census) and about 3,784 in 2007 - as reported by the government of Haiti.

Hinche is an arrondissement in the Centre department of Haiti. As of 2015, the population was 264,943 inhabitants. Postal codes in the Hinche Arrondissement start with the number 51.

Centre (department) department in Hinche, Haiti

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The economy of the town relies on sugar cane, rapadou, tobacco, bananas, and coffee.

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