Ti Nance, Roche-à-Bateaux, Haiti

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Dolian
Village
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Dolian
Location in Haiti
Coordinates: 18°11′22″N73°58′25″W / 18.1894°N 73.9735°W / 18.1894; -73.9735 Coordinates: 18°11′22″N73°58′25″W / 18.1894°N 73.9735°W / 18.1894; -73.9735
Country Haiti
Department Sud
Arrondissement Côteaux
Elevation
204 m (669 ft)

Dolian is a rural settlement in the Roche-à-Bateaux commune of the Côteaux Arrondissement, in the Sud department of Haiti. [1]

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  1. Google (30 August 2014). "Location" (Map). Google Maps . Google. Retrieved 30 August 2014.