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            • Official Name : Dominican Republic
    • Capital: Santo Domingo
    • Area : 48,730 km2
    • Population : 8,950,100
    • Language : Spanish
    • Currency : Dominican Peso
  • 4. Dominicans characterize us by our traditions, our sport, music and our joy. Dominican culture I a blend of elements of Europeans, Africans and to a lesser degree, Indians. The country’s official language is Spanish. The Dominican cousin features the cousin of ‘Creole’ European and African but developed and America. The Dominican Republic is known for two musical rhythms called Bachata and Merengue, which have been popular since the mid-nineteenth century . The Dominican Republic is known for two musical rhythms called bachata and Merengue, which have been popular since the mid-nineteenth century.
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  • 9. "As desperate as the cause of my homeland ... will always be the cause of honor, and always be prepared to honor taught her with my blood " JUAN PABLO DUARTE AND TEN FOUNDER OF THE DOMINICAN NATIONALITY.
  • 10.   Quisqueyanos valientes, alcemos Nuestro canto con viva emoción, Y del mundo a la faz ostentemos Nuestro invicto glorioso pendón.   ~ ¡Salve el pueblo que intrépido y fuerte, A la guerra a morir se lanzó Cuando en bélico reto de muerte Sus cadenas de esclavo rompió.   ~ Ningún pueblo ser libre merece Si es esclavo indolente y servil; Si en su pecho la llama no crece Que templó el heroísmo viril.   ~ Mas Quisqueya la indómita y brava Siempre altiva la frente alzará: Que si fuere mil veces esclava Otras tantas ser libre sabrá.
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  • 13. Francisco del Rosario Sánchez Juan Pablo Duarte Ramon Matias Mella
  • 14. butterflies live forever in our hearts
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  • 23. MISS UNIVERSE 2003 Juan Luis Guerra
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  • 25. Milly Quezada Aventura
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  • 33.   THE TASTE OF DOMINICAN FOOD
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