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SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN - CIUDAD COLONIAL

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Santo Domingo de Guzman, ciudad capital y distrito nacional de la Republica Dominicana, la cual se hubo llamado Ciudad Trujillo, durante la era del dictador del mismo nombre, es una ciudad sin dudas llena de historias y reliquias del asentamiento colonial espanol en el nuevo mundo, ciudad primada de america y del nuevo mundo, en sus limites convergen muchos primeros, y sin duda alguna cada decada crece aun mas su importancia para la historia de las americas y del nuevo mundo, basta con visitar la ciudad colonial para entender el patrimonio de caracter insolito que esta ciudad conserva, pues aun se puede tomar una caminata por varias cuadras en condiciones inverosimil comparadas con otras joyas de nustra raices y cultura, se puede tranportar el caminante en su andar por andas sendas como si aun estuviesen llegadon los buques con sus distintivas caravelas, galeones cuales hacian su rumbo a travez de un nuevo camino y clave de la colonizacion de las americas, aun se conservan muchos de las estructuras primadas del nuevo mundo, como si el tiempo les hubiese donado una exoneracion a su paso.

Santo Domingo of Guzman, capital city and national district of the Dominican Republic, which itself was called City of Trujillo, during the Era of the dictator of the same name, is a city without doubts full of histories and relics of the colonial Spanish settlement in the new world, First city of America and of the new world, in its limit converge many firsts, and without any doubt each decade it grows more important for the history of the Americas and of the new world, suffices with visiting the colonial city to understand the patrimony of unique character that this city conserves, therefore even a walk of several blocks can be taken by the colonial city which stands in a very well preserved condition, compared with other jewels of our roots and culture in the Americas, it's able to transport the traveler in their walk to that special period, for you walk paths as if there were arrivals of ships with their distinctive markings on their sails, bound to travel a new road and key of the colonizacion of the americas, even many of the structures are conserved which are the first of the new world, as if time had donated an exoneration to its step.

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  • Sep 5, 2009 at 12:52 AM

    Correction, one of two: the other one is in Cuba :)

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    Oct 6, 2008 at 5:23 AM

    I'm all motivated to party at GUACARA TAINA now :D Thank you for sharing!

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    Sep 14, 2004 at 12:54 PM

    Pagina Fantastica! Estoy enamorada de Santo Domingo y de la comida dominicana... quiero manguuuuu!!

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    Feb 15, 2004 at 10:15 PM

    Great information and pictures! It brings back memories of my trip to Dominican Republic...

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    Jul 28, 2003 at 7:35 AM

    Nice page, great tips, well done ;-)

  • pili's Profile Photo
    Jul 6, 2003 at 7:26 PM

    Muy buena página! Excelentes las fotos y muy buenos tus comentarios. Calle del Conde es bellísima y el Acuario debe ser fascinante. Gracias.-

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    Jun 8, 2003 at 12:19 AM

    So what would happen if... like Sammy Sosa suddenly shows up at Guacara Taina? I always thought of your country's people as baseball players so now I know there are ping pong players too. Thanks for visiting my Beijing page. Welcome to China!

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