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Dominican Republic Prezi

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Steven Caamano

on 7 March 2011

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Transcript of Dominican Republic Prezi

The Dominican Republic Red is for the fire and blood of the independence struggle The Blue stands for Liberty The White cross is a symbol of sacrifice. By Steven Caamano The emblem is similar to the flag design and shows a bible, a cross of gold, 4 Dominican flags and two spears on a pattern from the flag. there are branches of olive and palm around the shield and above on a ribbon is the motto "Dios, Patria, Libertad" meaning "God, Fatherland, Liberty". Below the shield is another ribbon bearing the name of the country "República Dominicana". The Dominican Flag Climate The climate of the Dominican Republic is mostly tropical. The annual average temperature is 77 °F. At higher elevations, the temperature averages 64.4 °F while near sea level the average temperature is 82.4 °F. January and February are the coolest months of the year, while August is the hottest month. Sports & Games Dominicans love baseball. Many professional players in the United States come from the Dominican Republic.

Cuisine Breakfast can consist of eggs or meat and mangú (mashed plantain). A heartier version uses deep-fried meat, such as Dominican salami. Cheese is another popular accompaniment. Languages The Dominican Republic is almost entirely Spanish speaking. Schools are based on a bilingual education, therefore English is a secondary language.
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