Aerial image gallery of Port-au-Prince
View aerial images taken on January 23, 2010, of the damage from the 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Port-au-Prince.
Was flattened by the earthquake. Funeral services were held outside of the cathedral to mourn the loss of Archbishop Joseph Serge Miot.
The National Penitentiary was heavily damaged. Originally meant to hold 1,200 prisoners, there were more than 3,000 inmates at the time of the earthquake.
A tent city has formed in front of the destroyed National Palace.
Home of the national soccer team is now a makeshift tent city.
A small tent city has formed at the steps of Haiti's state-run television station.
The headquarters of the U.N. Mission to Haiti, where 84 staffers were lost in the earthquake.
A ship docks directly with the shore near Port-au-Prince's Seaport Terminal, which was heavily damaged in the Jan. 12 earthquake.
Tents house earthquake recovery aid workers at the Port-au-Prince airport.
A sprawling tent city on the golf course of the Petionville Country Club.
People bathe in a canal at Cite Soleil.
A crowd gathers at the edge of Cite Soleil, Port-au-Prince's poorest slum.
The ruins of Hotel Montana in Petionville. About 200 guests were reported missing after the Jan. 12 earthquake.