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Dominican Republic in figures

The Dominican Republic is an amazing country. On a small piece of land you can see so many natural masterpieces that will make you happy you decided to come.

The area of the Dominican Republic is about twice the size of New Hampshire.
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of the country's area is a nature reserve!
There are
12
climatic zones
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In the Dominican Republic, there are beaches with snow-white sand, rainforests, coniferous forests, forests with dwarf plants, cactus forests, sand dunes, mountains, waterfalls, caves, grottos, rivers, and lakes

In the winter in the mountains of the Dominican Republic, the temperature can drop to
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During the year on the coast of the Dominican Republic, the temperature fluctuates within only 7 degrees

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caves, grottoes and cave systems

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rivers and streams
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10
million people
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2.5
million cows

It took 10 years for the Spanish conquistadors to completely eliminate the entire indigenous population of the island of Hispaniola, the Indians of Taino.

It was in the Dominican Republic
that the Spaniard Juan Ponce
de Lyon sought the Fountain
of Youth referred to in
the Pirates of the
Caribbean.
The highest point in the Caribbean is Duarte Peak in the Dominican Republic.

The lowest point in the Caribbean is Lake Enriquillo, also in the Dominican Republic, It lies 40 meters below sea level.

This saltwater lake is the only place in the DR where the crocodiles live.

Dominicans do not drink tea at all but Dominicans on average drink
110 liters
of coffee a year.

On the Samana peninsula, oysters are cheaper than bread.

Dominican cigars compete with Cuban cigars on the world tobacco market. The country exports 80% of cigars produced while 20% are sold to tourists.

It was the Indians of the island of Hispaniola who taught Christopher Columbus to smoke and from him, all of Europe.

Today, the Dominican Republic is one of the most non-smoking countries in the world.

Christopher Columbus chose the island of Hispaniola (the future Dominican Republic) for his first colony in the New World because of the gold he found here.
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Juaniyo beach in the Dominican Republic was named several times among the top ten beaches in the world.

Hollywood celebrities like to vacation in the Dominican Republic because there are absolutely no paparazzi here. On the beach you could easily meet Michael Douglas or Catherine Zettu Jones. Participants in the show "Lost" tried to survive on the Samana peninsula.

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Participants in the show "Survivor" tried to survive on the peninsula of Samana.
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When the Dominicans have to say something like "hey, you!", They say "hey, my love!". Everyone is addressed this way, regardless of gender.

In the Dominican Republic, there is a city called "Come and see!" (Vengan a Ver)

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