Haitian Quake Ravages Iconic Buildings

27 January 2010 (Last Updated January 27th, 2010 18:30)

Iconic buildings are lying in ruins in Haiti following an assessment of the damage two weeks after the quake. The Supreme Court, The Notre Dame Cathedral, The Episcopal Church's Holy Trinity Cathedral, The National Palace and Haitian presidential residence which is in French Renaissanc

Iconic buildings are lying in ruins in Haiti following an assessment of the damage two weeks after the quake.

The Supreme Court, The Notre Dame Cathedral, The Episcopal Church's Holy Trinity Cathedral, The National Palace and Haitian presidential residence which is in French Renaissance style were destroyed.

Over 150,000 people were killed by the quake and the death toll could rise to 200,000 people, more than 2% of Haiti's population.