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Dominican Republic

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on 23 October 2014

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Transcript of Dominican Republic

The tropical maritime is little seasonal temp.
Also mountains with fertile valleys and even hot arid regions with terrian.
It is in the center

of the hurricane.
The coast is tropical between

plains and low hills.

Rugged highlands with

fertile valleys interspersed. Variation n rainfall are water shortages, deforestation and sea damages coral reefs.
CULTURE

Beaches what we do is swimming, snorkeling, sailing, fishing .
Towns what we do is music, like to look at the stars.
In Nature we look at wildlife. We like to hiking and rafting.


$ MONEY $
Dominican Republic
GEOGRAPHY
Geography Pics
Atonal dish in Dominican Republic is the white rice and red beans.
Remind people of the flag colors.
A On the coast, fish and are eaten, and coconut is used to sweeten many seafood.
Children with painted faces and
costumes participate in the

Festival of Cabral.
Are export is ferromagnetic, sugar, gold, silver, c
offee, cocoa, tobacco, meats, consumer goods.

The Dominican Republic is mixed economy.

Government
The Languages is spanish all the way.
The religion is Roman Catholic
95% other 5%.The president is Daniel Medina Sanchez.
Dominican Republic is Democratic republic .

websites
http://www.everyculture.com/Cr-Ga/Dominican Republic.html
ctc_02_img0329.jpg
https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/
http://www.veintemundos.com/en/spanish/
http://www.everyculture.com/Cr-Ga/Dominican-Republic.html#ixzz3GoYjMH9W
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