Môle-Saint-Nicolas (Mňlsennikola or Omňl in Haitian Creole) is a town in the Republic of Haiti. It is the chief town of the Môle-Saint-Nicolas Arrondissement in the department of Nord-Ouest. Christopher Columbus' first voyage to the Americas on December 6, 1492 to Haiti's northern coast led to the establishment of the short-lived settlement of La Navidad in what is now Môle-Saint-Nicolas. The town received its present name after France gained control of the western part of Hispaniola in 1697.




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