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  • 1. Goverment • The president of Dominica • Republic is Leonel Fernadez: • Leonel born the 26 of December • Of 1953 is Dominican politician. And the vicepresident is Rafael Albuquerque.
  • 2. • Rafael was born on 4 of june 1940 in Santo Domino
  • 3. • CLIMATE • The majority of the Dominican Republic has a beautiful tropical weather all year round, with the average annual temperature around 25°C (77°F). Some call the Dominican Republic's climate, 'the endless summer', due to warm and sunny conditions that is everywhere in the country, all year round.
  • 4. • FLORA AND FAUNA IN REPUBLIC DOMINICAN • Depending on the area there are poincianas, royal palms, mangroves, pines and cedars. Without forgetting the very many tropical fruits such as mangos, passion fruits, and plants such as tobacco, sugar cane and manioc... It consists of numerous types of reptiles (snakes, crocodiles), birds (hummingbirds, storks, pelicans) and all sorts of butterflies. Cabrotis Island, located in the centre of Lake Enriquillo and declared a national park, is the world's largest American crocodile reserve.
  • 5. • WHO EXPLORED IT? • The Dominican Republic was explored by Columbus on his first voyage in 1492. He named it La Española, and his son, Diego, was its first viceroy. The capital, Santo Domingo, founded in 1496, is the oldest European settlement in the Western Hemisphere.
  • 6. • The style of Dominican Republic is Merengue.The based instruments are the drums , brass and chorded instruments.They use the Tambora (is a drum),accordion and the guira. • Bachata: is more slower than the merengue.
  • 7. Tambora Guira Accordion Chorded Instruments
  • 8. • The colors that use more in they paintings is colorful ,there are paintings that have a dark color ,but almost is colorful.
  • 9. • Musical Festivals: -Santo Domingo:The Santo Domingo Merengue Festival is during the last week of July or the first week of August every year at the Malecon. -Puerto Plata Merengue Festivals: Puerto Plata of merengue acts during the third week in October every year. More than 100,000 turists . -Dominican Republic Jazz Festival:The festival is staged at three scenic north coast locations: Cabarete, Sosua and Puerto Plata each October.
  • 10. Civilization Specialist
  • 11. Sports – Baseball is by far the most popular sport in the Dominican Republic.After the United States, the Dominican Republic has the second-highest number of Major League Baseball (MLB) players. Some of these players have been regarded among the best in the game. Historically, the Dominican Republic has been linked to MLB since Ozzie Virgil, Sr. became the first Dominican to play in the league. Among the outstanding MLB players born in the Dominican are: Manny Ramirez, David Ortiz, Vladimir Guerrero, Pedro Martinez, Albert Pujols, José Reyes, Hanley Ramirez, Miguel Tejada, Juan Marichal, Rafael Furcal and Sammy Sosa.
  • 12. Economy • The economy of Dominican Republican is the largest or the second largest in Central America. Thanks to imports and exports Domican Republic has a good economy.
  • 13. Language • The official language of Dominican Republic is the Spanish.

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