Dominican Republic BASIC INFOMATION
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|UTC/GMT -4 HOURS|
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|18°44'11 / 70°9'42|
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TYPE A NORTH AMERICAN JAPANESE 2-BLADE|
|Dominican Republic banks list|
Dominican Republic Introduction
Dominica is located in the Spanish island of the Caribbean Sea, occupying three quarters of the island, and its area is about 1.33 times that of Taiwan Island. The country is approximately 390 kilometers east-west and 265 kilometers north-south. Dominica is bordered by Haiti to the west, the north-south border is 360 kilometers long, and Puerto Rico is separated from the Mona Strait to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north, and the warm Caribbean Sea to the south. The population and land area of Dominica is second only to Cuba among Caribbean countries. The island of Spain is a geographical situation of one island and two countries, and only the island of Saint Martin (France/Netherlands) in the southeast of the Caribbean Sea is similar.
The main international airports in Dominica include the Americas International Airport (SDQ) in the suburbs of the capital, Cibao International Airport (STI) in the suburbs of San Diego, and Luberon International Airport in Silver Harbor ( POP), Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) in the east coast resort and Romana International Airport (LRM) in the southeast. The flight from New York to many countries is about three and a half hours, and the flight from Europe to Dominica is about seven and a half hours.
Santo Domingo, also known as Dominican Republic, is the capital of the Dominican Republic. It is located near the sea at the southern end and has a population of 91 3,000 people. The city of Santo Domingo is located in the national special zone and is the main commercial, political and cultural center of many countries. The ancient city to the east of the city is the main tourist area.
Santiago (Santiago de los Caballeros), in the Cibao Valley in the northern hinterland, is the second largest city in Dominica. The Yaque del Norte (Yaque del Norte) flows next to the city center, and the El Monumento in the city is a place for citizens to relax and socialize in the evening. Cibao Valley is a major food production area in Dominica. It mainly grows rice, tobacco, sugar, cocoa, coffee and other crops. La Vega, south of San Diego, is the most famous carnival celebration venue in many countries every February. San Diego is the first city named after this in the New World of America.
Silver Port (Puerto Plata), named after Columbus saw the reflection of sunlight from the sea at the port, presents a scene similar to silver coins. It is currently the largest commercial port in the north of many countries. Silver Harbor was a major seaside five-star resort in many countries in the 1990s. Due to the current serious pollution in the bay, the main tourist hotels have been moved to Playa Dorado and Cabrate in the east.
Romana, located 131 kilometers east of Santo Domingo, is a must pass for the capital to go to the Coco Coast resort. The outskirts of Romana are the main sugarcane producing areas in many countries. The sugarcane nearby is harvested and transported by train to the sugar factory in Romana for processing and then transported to the port of St. Peter. Shawna Island near Romana and Casa de Campo Stone Art Village Resort Center are the main sightseeing spots.
San Pedro de Marcoris, known as the village of American professional baseball players, has players from here to play professional baseball every year. St. Peter is located 65 kilometers east of the capital. Due to its geographical proximity to the capital, St. Peter was once a prosperous city for the production and export of cane sugar. However, under the dictator Chuxillo’s deliberate ignorance, St. Peter was not as obvious as other cities. Economic growth.
Samana, a fishing village and town located in the northeast corner of Shanmena Bay in many countries, was discovered in the 1980s as a North Atlantic humpback whale migratory area, and Samana has gradually developed into a whale watching tour In this area, about 3,000 humpback whales migrate from the North Atlantic Ocean from January to March each year, allowing 30,000 tourists from all over the world to watch whales here. Samena Bay is also the place where the ancient Spanish merchant ships wrecked. Many foreign salvage operators and researchers searched for the sunken treasures here. At present, there are still many sunken ships waiting to be salvaged.
Bavaro and Punta Cana are located in the east of Dominica. They were originally small towns on the coast of Cocoa. Because of the endless white sandy beaches and endless coconut trees, they have now become international five-star A tourist attraction with many resort centers.
Monte Cristi (Monte Cristi), located in the northwest of many countries, has a population of about 110,000. It is the terminus of the highway connecting the capital Duarte. The town of Dahapeng in the west of the Monte Cristi is adjacent to Haiti. From here, after passing through the Haitian customs, you can take a bus directly to Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti. Dahapeng is open every Monday and Friday for Haitians to buy and sell goods from the border to the town, forming a unique market.