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    The Dominican Republic

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    The Dominican Republic Mike Bengs So. St. B3 Jan. 7th ‚ 1997 The Dominican Republic is located on the island of Hispanola located in the Caribbean Sea. It takes up about 2/3 of the island which it shares with Haiti. Dominican Republic’s total area is 48‚734 square kilometers. The Dominican Republic Jas a tropical maritime climate. The temperatures are moderated though by the ocean currents and year-round trade winds. The average temperature is around 720F and 800F

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    Dominican republic

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    603 Dominican Republic Capital:The capital of the Dominican Republic is Santo Domingo The capital and largest city (over 2 million population) in the Dominican Republic is Santo Domingo. The Dominican Republic is divided into 31 provinces and there are provincial capitals but Santo Domingo is considered the national capital. Flag:The flag of the Dominican Republic is composed of a central white cross with red and blue rectangles

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    The Dominican Republic

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    The Dominican Republic is located in the Caribbean. The Dominican Republic borders the Caribbean Sea‚ North Atlantic Ocean‚ and Haiti. The population recorded July 2016 in the World Fact book is 10‚606‚865. The Dominican Republic is ranked 88th on highest population‚ while the United States is ranked 4th. The official language of the Dominican Republic is Spanish and 95% of the population is of the Catholic religion. The capital of the Dominican Republic is Santo Domingo. The Dominican Republic sells

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    Dominican Republic

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    There are so many reasons why you should come visit the Dominican Republic! The Dominican Republic has places that still are the way they used to be in the past‚ so you get to experience an old and a more industrialized feel. It is peaceful and quiet; its beauty not only comes from the land but also from the friendly people.  If you are looking for a place to get away and relax come to this island! Climate: The majority of the Dominican Republic has beautiful tropical weather all year long‚ with the

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    dominican republic

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    Background Information The Dominican Republic is an island nation of rich culture and lasting tradition‚ located in the Caribbean Sea. Winning its status as an independent republic in 1844‚ the republic is best known for its beaches‚ resorts‚ and unique history. However‚ it is perhaps the unique blend of cultural influences from around the world that make this beautiful island the fascinating area it is today. For at least 5‚000 years before Christopher Columbus "discovered" America for the Europeans

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    The Dominican Republic

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    left hand is a Santo Libre (which is Dominican Rhum mixed with 7Up). All you can hear is the waves of the ocean clashing against each other. And in the back of your mind‚ you’re thinking this is the most relaxed I have ever been. Where are you? Well you’re in the Dominican Republic!!! The country known for its hospitality and friendliness‚ baseball‚ beaches‚ and the most amazing styles of music. * Luckily‚ my family descends from the Dominican Republic‚ so I’ve had a chance to visit. I recently

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    Dominican Republic Facts

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    to gain its own independence in 1821 but was conquered and ruled by the Haitians for 22 years; it finally attained independence as the Dominican Republic in 1844 Music * The music of the Dominican Republic is known primarily for merengue‚ though bachata‚ salsa and other forms are also popular. * Merengue is a musical genre native to the Dominican Republic. * Swift beats from güira or maracas percussion sections‚ and drums such as the tambora. * The accordion is also common‚ and

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    democratic consolidation in the Dominican Republic and policy recommendations to fix that issue. Although the Dominican Republic has a relatively good democracy compared to other countries in the region‚ there are still some problems that can affect the country’s governmental stability. The problem I will be discussing in this brief is the growing discrimination against people of Haitian decent in the Dominican. Specifically I will be discussing the recent ruling by the “Dominican Republic’s Constitutional

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    Haiti and Dominican Republic

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    neighbor‚ the Dominican Republic. Haiti occupies the western one-third of the island of Hispaniola in the Caribbean Sea. The other two thirds of the island is the Dominican Republic. These two independent countries are broadly similar in terms of geography and historical institutions‚ yet their growth performance has diverged remarkably. In the first study they talk about how AIDS has affected Haiti and how is it been concentrated in some of the Bateyes* in the Dominican Republic‚ affecting its

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    Dominican Republic Essay

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    The Dominican Republic is located in the Caribbean on the island la Hispaniola. The Dominican culture Dominican on the conformation of two mother cultures which are the Spanish and African. There are three main aspects of the Dominican Republic culture‚ and these are the food‚ music‚ and the Carnival. One aspect of the Dominican culture is the food. The gastronomy in the country is a reflection of the Spanish‚ Tainan and African influences. The main meal in the country is La Bandera‚ which mean

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