Dominican Republic Map
The Dominican Republic map makes up fully two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola, whose western portion is occupied by the nation of Haiti. On its northern shores, resort guests relax by the Atlantic Ocean, while in the south it's the Caribbean Sea offering spectacular views. Nearly 50,000 square miles of territory shape the Dominican Republic map into a wedge-like form, with scalloped coastlines and winding rivers penetrating the main body of land. Small islands and cays ring the Dominican Republic map, whose shorelines are alternately dramatic - think cliffs and crashing waves - and soft, with white beaches reaching lazily into the clear blue waters. Running southeast across the Dominican Republic map, from its border with Haiti to its central corps, are dramatic mountains, peaked by the West Indies' highest point at Pico Duarte. Nine million people live scattered throughout the Dominican Republic map, though a large number call the capital of Santo Domingo, which can be considered both contemporary and colonial, home.
Dominican Republic Map (click map to enlarge)
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