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      Dominican Republic Information
A country situated on the island of Hispaniola is the Dominican Republic. It is a located in Caribbean area and is a branch of Greater Antilles. The island of Hispaniola along with Dominican Republic has the nation of Haiti situated. The total area of the region is 48,442 square kilometers or 18,704 sq mi. The populated of the nation is approximately 9,956,648. Dominican Republic is considered to be the second biggest Caribbean nation by the region and populace. The primary people living in the country in the 7th century were the Tainos people. In the year 1492 Christopher Columbus got into the nation of Dominican Republic. Santo Domingo developed into the nation's capital and Spain's initial capital in the New World. The nation got its freedom in the year 1821 following three centuries of Spanish occupation along with intervals of French and Haitian. The economy of the country of Dominican Republic is second biggest in the area of Caribbean and Central American. The main drawbacks of the nation are being without a job, regime dishonesty, and contradictory electric service. There is "marked income inequality" in Dominican Republic. The nation of Dominican Republic is very famous tourist destination. The country is also recognized by its culture of music and dance.

      Dominican Republic Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The culture of Dominican Republic is merger of Spaniard, African and Taino. African substituted Taino Indians as they were destroyed by the diseases. The slavery was eradicated next to Haitian freedom. The tradition of European, African and Taino plays a significant role in cooking, family structure, belief and harmony. Mangu is a typical dish of Dominican Republic. "La Bandera" a famous dish made for lunch comprising meat and red beans on white rice. Spaniards are the most influential people of the country. The carnival of earlier lent is vibrant in Santiago. Men and boys with covered faces striking at each other with magnified pig and goat bladders and reciting customary rhymes projected to aggravate individual to what is at present typically simple humorous vengeance. Punta Cana Beaches, Colonial Zone, Playa Rincon, Canyoning Cordillera Septentrional, Boca Chica, Sosua, Saona Island, Playa Bonita, Bayahibe Beach are some of the famous tourist attractions of the nation of Dominican Republic. Baseball is an obsessed sport of Dominican Republic. Many people of the nation boom recreational or certified sportsperson in basketball, volleyball, and boxing. Football (soccer) is also well liked by the Dominicans. Cockfighting along with gambling is a famous viewer's choice sport.

      Dominican Republic Demographics
Dominican Republic Total Population - 9,956,648
Dominican Republic Male Population - 5,044,915
Dominican Republic Female Population - 4,911,733
Dominican Republic Mixed Population - 7,268,353
Dominican Republic White Population - 1,593,063
Dominican Republic Black Population - 1,095,231

      Dominican Republic Education
The Education in the country of Dominican Republic is provided for no charge. There are many choices for the children to opt the school. Some of the alternatives are public, private and religious schools. The standard of education system of the nation of Dominican Republic is superior. Santo Domingo the capital city is the main hub for the education. The learning in other medium of languages is also provided. The schools which are affiliated to the Dominican Ministry of Education provide the certificates of learning. These certificates can be used officially to get the admissions in Dominican, European and US universities. The country of Dominican Republic also offers Bilingual education in few schools. Colegio Calasanz, or the Salesiano parochial schools are some of the religious schools of the nation. The official language for communication and learning is Spanish. The obligatory learning for the Children of Dominican Republic is from ages 7 to 14 years. After primary schooling, a two-year intermediate school and a four-year secondary course is pursued by the students of the nation. Once this learning is finished a diploma known as the bachillerato is rewarded.

      Dominican Republic Symbols

Image of DominicanRepublic flag

Image of DominicanRepublic anthem

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DominicanRepublic anthem
Himno Nacional
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Cigua Palmera or Palmchat (Dulus dominicus)

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West Indian Mahogany (Swietenia mahagoni)

      Dominican Republic History
Columbus in the year 1492 discovered the country of Dominican Republic. The nation was named as La Espanola. Diego son of Columbus was made the primary viceroy of the nation. The colony was surrendered to France in 1795 by Spain. In 1801 it was captured by Haitian blacks in Toussaint L'Ouverturesite. The primary republic was sited by the people appalled and confined Santo Domingo the following year after 1808. Swiftly the country was in hands of Haiti. The Dominican Republic was initiated in the year 1844. The Dominican War of Independence brought typically domestic conflicts to the island. Subsequently the country was captured by Spanish for more 72 years. The nation developed as a province of Spain from 1861 to 1865. A delegation of marines driven by U.S. continued to empower till 1924. Horacio Vasquez dictated the country till 1930.Till the year 1961 the nation was under the rule of United States and for six years in control of Horacio Vasquez Lajara and later by Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina. In the year 1814 the nation was recaptured by Spain. Juan Bosch in 1962 turned to be the initial voted president in four decades. A civilian triumvirate was established by expelling Bosch by a military coup in the year 1963. The polls were hovering by army in 1978. Fernandez was admired for concluding the long decades of isolationism and civilizing the knots with the remaining Caribbean nations. Hipolito Mejia became the president in August 2000. Leonel Fernandez the earlier president conquered in May 2004.

      Dominican Republic Tourism
The major sector in the present economy of the country of Dominican Republic is Tourism. The nation has Palm-fringed beaches, mountains, historical sites. The majority of people who visit the nation are from Europe, North America and Latin America. The popular sites where the tourists visit in Dominican Republic are located in north, east, southeast, southwest and in the capital city of Santo Domingo. Blast of ecotourism in the center of the nation has been developed in recent years. The nation offers variety of pleasure trips, hiking, caving and mountain biking. Punta Cana Beaches, Colonial Zone, Playa Rincon, Canyoning Cordillera Septentrional, Boca Chica, Sosua, Saona Island, Playa Bonita, Bayahibe Beach, La Caleta Diving, Alcazar de Colon, Cathedral of Santa Maria la Menor, Columbus Lighthouse, Malecon, Altos de Chavon, Las Terrenas, Whale Watching at Samana, Cabarete and Jarabacoa are few of popular tourist destinations in Dominican Republic.

      Dominican Republic Transportation
The transport system of the nation of Dominican Republic is incorporated with roadways, waterways and airways. The public transport used in the region of Dominican Republic is Buses, Guaguas, Caro Publicos, and Motoconchos. The public transportation is inexpensive. Guaguas are mini vans. They are operated privately and the rates are reasonable. Motoconchos are the motorbikes with driver's easily available to drop you on their back of bike. The public owned taxis which run in the nation are Caro Publicos are public taxis. They are labeled with the routes to which they are travelling on the top of the taxi. The country of Dominican Republic has nearly 40 airports. the main airports of the nation are Las Americas International Airport, Punta Cana International Airport, Cibao International Airport, Gregorio Luperon International Airport, La Romana International Airport, Samana El Catey International Airport, Maria Montez International Airport. The total area that tracks cover in the country is 1,784 km. There is one state owned railway company whereas the others are private. Buses are also common mode of transport in the nation. They are fared reasonably. The major ports of the country of Dominican Republic are Andres (Boca Chica), Puerto Haina, Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo.

      Dominican Republic Taxes
Dominican Republic Income Tax Rate - 25%
Dominican Republic Corporate Tax Rate - 25%
Dominican Republic Sales Tax / VAT Rate - 16%
Dominican Republic Capital Acquisitions Tax - 25%
Dominican Republic Inheritance/estate tax - 3%
Dominican Republic Gifts Tax - 25%

      Dominican Republic Universities
Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra, Santiago de los Caballeros , Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic - Students 17,000
Dominican Adventist University, Santo Domingo - Students 1,143
Universidad APEC, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Students 8,202
Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo, Barahona, Bonao, Hato Mayor, Higuey, La Vega, Mao, Nagua, Puerto Plata, San Francisco de Macoris, San Juan de la Maguana, Santiago, Santiago Rodriguez, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Students 170,530
Universidad Catolica Santo Domingo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Students 5,000

      Dominican Republic Religions
Dominican Republic Roman Catholic Population is 95%
Dominican Republic Others Population is 5%

      Dominican Republic Provinces
Azua, Dominican Republic, Population - 242,109
Baoruco, Dominican Republic, Population - 114,967
Barahona, Dominican Republic, Population - 200,602
Dajabon, Dominican Republic, Population - 66,954
Duarte, Dominican Republic, Population - 299,188
Elias Pina, Dominican Republic, Population - 72,130
El Seibo, Dominican Republic, Population - 105,994
Espaillat, Dominican Republic, Population - 237,101
Hato Mayor, Dominican Republic, Population - 90,773
Hermanas Mirabal, Dominican Republic, Population - 103,259
Independencia, Dominican Republic, Population - 55,223
La Altagracia, Dominican Republic, Population - 229,428
La Romana, Dominican Republic, Population - 246,234
La Vega, Dominican Republic, Population - 429,563
Maria Trinidad Sanchez, Dominican Republic, Population - 141,678
Monsenor Nouel, Dominican Republic, Population - 194,505
Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic, Population - 120,833
Monte Plata, Dominican Republic, Population - 210,365
Pedernales, Dominican Republic, Population - 25,478
Peravia, Dominican Republic, Population - 202,250
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, Population - 327,511
Samana, Dominican Republic, Population - 98,820
Sanchez Ramirez, Dominican Republic, Population - 156,238
San Cristobal, Dominican Republic, Population - 660,009
San Jose de Ocoa, Dominican Republic, Population - 69,204
San Juan, Dominican Republic, Population - 245,377
San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic, Population - 337,108
Santiago, Dominican Republic, Population - 1,046,182
Santiago Rodriguez, Dominican Republic, Population - 54,865
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Population - 2,198,333
Valverde, Dominican Republic, Population - 190,253

      Dominican Republic Government
The structure of the government of Dominican Republic is democratic republic. The three branches of power are executive, legislative and judicial. The executive branch is directed by the President of the nation. He proceeds with the rules provide by the Congress, employs the Cabinet, and is commander in chief of the armed forces. The period of ruling for the president and vice-president is four years. The general parliament is bicameral. It includes a Senate with 32 members, and the Chamber of Deputies having 178 members. The governors for the 31 provinces are selected by the president. The 124 municipal districts and the National District (Santo Domingo) are ruled by the Mayors and municipal councils. A multi-party political structure with elections for a period of two years is in the nation of Dominican Republic. The assessment of the Central Elections Board (JCE) who manages elections is unquenchable.

      Dominican Republic Parks
The country of Dominican Republic has around 12 National Parks. They are Del Este National Park, Parque Nacional Del Este, El Choco National Park, Jaragua National Park, Armando Bermudez National Park, Jose del Carmen Ramirez National Park, Los Haitises National Park, Monte Cristi National Park, Isabel De Torres National Park, Isla Cabritos National Park, Sierra De Baoruco National Park, Perez Rancier National Park and Cueva de las Maravillas National Park. The Parque Nacional Del Este or National Park of the East covers an area of 41,894 km. On November 21st, 2001This location was included into the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List. The Jaragua National Park situated in Pedenales Province is enclosed within area of 1,374 km. It is considered as one of the biggest defended region of the country.

      Dominican Republic Geography
The nation of Dominican Republic is positioned to the east of the Greater Antilles, Hispaniola. The land of Hispaniola is divided among the Dominican Republic and Haiti. The total area of the country is approximately 48.442 km2. Santo Domingo is the capital city of the Dominican Republic nation. The capital city is situated on the south coast of the nation. The nation is situated among the latitudes 17 and 20N, and longitudes 68 and 72W. The two major islands located in the nation are Saona and Beata. Cordillera Septentrional, Samana Peninsula, Cordillera Central ("Central Mountain Range") are vital mountain ranges of the country. Cordillera Central also the "Central Mountain Range" is the peak range in this nation as well as in the West Indies. : Pico Duarte at 3,098 meters or 10,164 feet above sea level, La Pelona at 3,094 meters or 10,151 feet, La Rucilla at 3,049 meters or 10,003 feet and Pico Yaque at 2,760 meters or 9,055 feet are the four highest points of Cordillera Central. The biggest plain of Dominican Republic is Llano Costero del Caribe or "Caribbean Coastal Plain". The greatest and main Dominican river is Yaque Del Norte. The climate of the nation is maritime tropical.

      Dominican Republic Economy
The economy of the nation of Dominican Republic is considered to be the second biggest economy in the region of Caribbean. The major sectors of economy are agriculture, trade, and services. The trade zone which offered at no charge, earnings and sightseeing are the rapidly developing export sectors. Trading is majorly doe with United States. Petroleum products, industrial raw materials, capital goods, and foodstuffs are main imported items. A free trade concord with the U.S. and five Central American countries was authorized by the congress of the Dominican Republic.

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