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  1. Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic - Wikipedia

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    Puerto Plata, officially known as San Felipe de Puerto Plata, is the ninth-largest city in the Dominican Republic, and capital of the province of Puerto Plata. The city is a trading port. Puerto Plata has resorts such as Playa Dorada and Costa Dorada, which are located east of the city proper.

  2. Sosúa - Wikipedia

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    Sosúa is a beach town in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic. Located approximately 4 miles from the Gregorio Luperón International Airport in San Felipe de Puerto Plata, the town is accessed primarily by Camino Cinco, or Highway 5, which runs much of the length of the country's North coastline. The town is divided into three sectors: El Batey, which is the main tourist section and on the east side of the main beach, Los Charamicos, on the west end of the beach and past ...

  3. Provinces of the Dominican Republic - Wikipedia

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    The president appoints an administrative governor (Gobernador Civil) for each province but not for the Distrito Nacional (Title IX of the constitution). [1] The provinces are divided into municipalities ( municipios ), which are the second–level political and administrative subdivisions of the country.

  4. List of cities in the Americas by year of foundation - Wikipedia

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    United States Oldest continuously inhabited European established settlement in the continental United States. Preceded by Puerto Rican colonies, Pensacola, Florida, which was destroyed in 1559, and Fort Caroline, destroyed in 1565. 1565 Tucumán: Tucumán: Argentina: 1567 Caracas: Capital District: Venezuela: 1568: Mazapil: Zacatecas: Mexico 1568 Goiana: Pernambuco

  5. Location. The municipality is surrounded by the Espaillat province to the east and to the south, the municipality of Puerto Plata to the west and the municipality of Villa Montellano to the northwest. The Atlantic Ocean is to the north of Sosúa.

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  7. Isabela - Wikipedia

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    La Isabela International Airport, an airport in the Santo Domingo province, Dominican Republic; Villa Isabela, a town in the Puerto Plata province, Dominican Republic; Isabela (province), a province in the Cagayan Valley Region, Luzon, Philippines Isabela State University, an educational institution in the province of Isabela

  8. WikiZero - Puerto Plata Province

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    Puerto Plata Puerto Plata (Spanish pronunciation:  [pweɾtoˈplata], Silver Port) is one of the northern provinces of the Dominican Republic. The area has become an increasingly popular tourist attraction since the late 1990s mainly due to its fine beaches.

  9. Samaná Province - Wikipedia

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    The province as of June 20, 2006 is divided into the following municipalities ( municipios) and municipal districts ( distrito municipal - D.M.) within them: Sánchez Samaná Arroyo Barril (D.M.) El Limón (D.M.) Las Galeras (D.M.) Arroyo Barril (D.M.) El Limón (D.M.) Las Galeras (D.M.) Las Terrenas

  10. Archivo:Puerto Plata in Dominican Republic.svg - Wikipedia ...

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    Uso en bg.wikipedia.org Провинции на Доминиканската република; Uso en de.wikipedia.org Puerto Plata (Provinz) Uso en fr.wikipedia.org Puerto Plata (province) Uso en it.wikipedia.org Province della Repubblica Dominicana; Provincia di Puerto Plata; Uso en la.wikipedia.org Provinciae Rei publicae Dominicianae

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

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    It was occupied by the United States from 1916 to 1924. The Dominican Republic is a presidential democratic republic . The country has a tropical climate but modified by elevation and the trade winds ( winds that come from the northeast, from the Atlantic Ocean ).