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  1. Portal:Dominican Republic - Wikipedia

    Christopher Columbus landed on the island on December 5, 1492, which the native Taíno people had inhabited since the 7th century. The colony of Santo Domingo became the site of the first permanent European settlement in the Americas, the oldest continuously inhabited city, and the first seat of the Spanish colonial rule in the New World.

  2. Category:Via Cristoforo Colombo (Rome) - Wikimedia Commons

    Via Cristoforo Colombo - panoramio (1).jpg 1,600 × 1,200; 550 KB Via Cristoforo Colombo - panoramio.jpg 1,600 × 1,200; 526 KB Via Cristoforo Colombo - spazio circo e Garbatella 1000148.JPG 2,816 × 2,112; 2.68 MB

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  4. Dominican Republic - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

    The island of Hispaniola was discovered by Christopher Columbus on December 5th, 1492, but the first time that he saw part of the present Dominican Republic was on January 4th, 1493 when he saw a headland that he named Monte Cristi ("Mountain of Christ"). That mountain is called now El Morro and is near the city of Monte Cristi.

  5. Monte Cristi Province - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

    Name. When Christopher Columbus visited for the first time the northern coast of the Hispaniola island, he saw on 4 January 1493 a mountain with the shape of a dromedary and named it as Monte Cristo or Monte Christi ("Mountain of Christ") to this mountain now known as El Morro, close to the city of San Fernando de Monte Cristi.

  6. List of Dominican Republic Provinces by etymology - Wikipedia

    The land reminded Christopher Columbus of San Pedro de Alcántara. Santiago: Spanish: Its name comes from the name of the city that has always been its capital: Santiago de los Caballeros. Besides, is the first one Santiago of America, that is to say, first city with that name. Named after the same geographic of Santiago de Compostela.

  7. Knights of Columbus - Wikipedia

    Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors manages the fixed-income strategies for their funds while Boston Advisors sub-advises on the equity strategies. Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors also offers model portfolio, outsourced CIO services, a bank loan strategy, and other alternative investment strategies.

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  8. Catalina Island (Dominican Republic) - Wikipedia

    Catalina Island or Isla Catalina is a tropical island located 1.5 miles from the mainland on the south-east corner of the Dominican Republic, near La Altagracia and La Romana. It is an occasional destination for cruise ships on Caribbean routes. In particular, Costa Cruises has a private beach on the island.

    • 9.6 km² (3.7 sq mi)
    • 4.5 km (2.8 mi)
    • 60 ft (18 m)
    • La Romana
  9. Santiago de los Caballeros - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...

    Santiago de los Caballeros, or Santiago for short, is a Dominican city and the head municipality of the Santiago, in the north central region of the country. By its population and economic activity, it is the second-most important city in the country, after Santo Domingo . 4 Administrative division. Christopher Columbus built a small fort in ...

    • 1844
    • Santiago
  10. Bonao is a Dominican city and the head municipality of the Monseñor Nouel province, in the center of the country. Bonao is the Taíno name of the region where the old city was founded. [4] The city is in the Bonao Valley , at about 85 km to the northwest of Santo Domingo , the capital of the Dominican Republic .