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Topic : Travel
Last Updated : 2020-10-25 20:43:26
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When people consider the Dominican Republic, they quickly catch white-sanded beaches under an endless sun, and they are correct. There is no ambiguity that the Dominican Republic holds numerous beautiful beaches in the world. This is testimony by more than 750 miles of coastline and about five million tourists every year. However, there are various other fun facts about the Dominican Republic that you do not know still and will affect you and can equip you to explore.

The island of Hispaniola was the first permanent European settlement in the Americas - In 1492, Christopher Columbus docked on the island during his first journey across the Atlantic in search of a new direction to India for the spice trade. Its flagship ship, the Santa Maria, reached the northern coast of Columbus Island.


Santo Domingo, America oldest city - The town capital of the Dominican Republic is the earliest European hamlet in the US. Founded in 1496 by Bartholomew Columbus, Santo Domingo hosted the first colonial rule of the Spanish Crown in the New World.

The Dominican flag has three colors - red, white, and blue - Along with the national anthem and coat of arms, the flag is one of the national symbols of the Dominican Republic. Every color of the flag has a sense. The white of the hybrid in the middle depicts salvation, the red rectangles symbolize the blood of the heroes who struggled for freedom, and the blue rectangles stand for liberty.

Enjoy the waterfall - It is a magnificent adventure point for families with children over 12 years of age who enjoy nature, rivers, and waterfalls. You rise up and then come down through caves and water slides for a super fun ride.

Pico Duarte, the highest peak in the Caribbean - Just as it is not cold enough that the Caribbean of the Dominican Republic has the lowest elevation, it is also at the steepest mountain in the region. With a height of 3,087 meters, Pico Duarte welcomes more than 3,000 climbers who climb to experience its incredible beauty.

Conclusion - The Dominican Republic is an island in the Caribbean with charming natural fabrications, a distinct culture, historical sites, and contemporary houses that show the beauty of life overall.

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