Location of Alcázar de Colón in the Dominican Republic. The Alcázar de Colón, or Columbus Alcazar, located in Santo Domingo's Ciudad Colonial, Dominican Republic, is the oldest Viceregal residence in America, and forms part of the Ciudad Colonial UNESCO's World Heritage Site.
El Altar de la Patria, or The Altar of the Homeland, is a white marble mausoleum in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic that houses the remains of the founding fathers of the Dominican Republic: Juan Pablo Duarte, Francisco del Rosario Sánchez, and Ramón Matías Mella, collectively known as Los Trinitarios.
This Santo Domingo aquarium is a newer addition to the Dominican Republic. The small aquarium features 72 displays of sea life from around the island and Caribbean, including a coral zone and a shark tunnel, where guests can walk beneath the sharks.
Calle El Conde in Santo Domingo: Find opening hours and directions, compare prices before booking, see photos, and read reviews La Calle El Conde runs along the north side of Columbus Park, merging it with the Independence Park, where you will find the Puerta del Conde.
La Calle Las Damas, la primera calle del Nuevo Mundo, está ubicado en la Zona Colonial de Santo Domingo. Fue construida en el año 1502 por orden del gobernador Nicolás de Ovando. Durante la época colonial, se extendía desde la Fortaleza Ozama hasta el Alcázar de Colón.
Casa De Tostado A collaboration of families across the Dominican Republic, the Casa de Tostado houses a collection of painting, artifacts, and relics from throughout the history of the nation. The house itself is the former home of Francisco de Tostado, who was the first native born professor to teach in the nation.
The Santo Domingo Convent, or Basilic of Our Lady of the Rosary and Convent of Santo Domingo is a convent for Our Lady of the Rosary located in the Monserrat neighborhood of Buenos Aires. Built during the colonial times, it was the scenario of a military conflict during the British invasions of the Río de la Plata.
The Flag Square, Plaza de la Bandera in Spanish, is the biggest monument dedicated to the Flag of Dominican Republic, is located in one of the busiest areas of the city of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), at the intersection of the Avenues February 27 and Gregorio Luperon.
Guibia Beach is in the Santo Domingo area, so exploring the city is a convenient option. Guibia Beach visitors looking for additional places to explore might consider checking out Santo Domingo, because it's close-by and is an especially active area of the Dominican Republic. From the shore, Santo Domingo is a quick trip away, about a mile (a kilometer and a half).
Within the tranquil park you will find Altar de la Patria, which holds the remains of the country's three founding fathers. Plan your Parque Independencia visit and explore what else you can see and do in Santo Domingo using our Santo Domingo road trip tool.
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After all, the Monasterio de San Francisco has been steadily crumbling since a 16th-century demolition squad and a 17th-century earthquake practically decimated it. But your opinion might change when you see how nighttime floodlights illuminate its cracks and crevices.
You may enjoy staying in Santo Domingo if you plan on visiting Museo Bellapart, as visitors to this area of the Dominican Republic will have the benefit of during their time there. If you'd like to find a place close to there are a reasonable number of places to stay in the area.
The Museo de Arte Moderno (Modern Art Museum) is located in a building designed and built by José Miniño and which was originally the Modern Art Gallery in Juan Pablo Duarte Culture Square. Nowadays, this place is the main Dominican institution dedicated to the preservation and divulgation of the Dominican Modern and Contemporary Art.
The Museum of the Dominican Man (Museo del Hombre Dominicano) of Santo Domingo has managed to preserve and exhibit the biggest collection of Taíno objects and relics of the Caribbean. Located in Juan Pablo Duarte Culture Square, in front of the US Embassy, it is also very close to the History and Geography Museum and the Modern Art Museum.
The National Pantheon was built from 1714-1746 by the Spaniard Geronimo Quezada y Garçon and was originally a Jesuit church. The structure was constructed in the neoclassic-renaissance style. Today, the structure stands as a national symbol of the Dominican Republic and serves as the final resting place of the Republic's most honored citizens.
Inaugurated in 1506 as Plaza Mayor de Santo Domingo Square, it didn’t begin to be called Colón Park until 1887. It is a beautiful space considered part of the World Heritage of Santo Domingo. On its origins there were several constructions erected around it, being the first Colonial houses throughout all the continent.
Santo Domingo marzo 12, 2018 Norys Velez El Parque Mirador del Sur, el primer parque ecológico de Santo Domingo, es una de las principales áreas verdes de la zona central de la capital dominicana, y uno de los espacios recreativos más visitados por familias y amantes de los deportes.
The Plaza de la Cultura is a large green area of gardens, museums, and other cultural centers in the center of Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic. Filled with large size and grandiose trees, beautiful water features, and quiet internal roads, the plaza is the place to visit to get a taste of high culture and history in the DR.
Situated at the end of the attractive Calle de las Damas (Ladies Street), Plaza Espana is the heart of Santo Domingo’s Zona Colonial (colonial zone). A section of the original city wall runs along the eastern edge, as does the Parque Archeologico la Ceiba with the excavated foundations of the colonial fort.
La Puerta del Conde (The Count's Gate) is the site in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic where Francisco del Rosario Sánchez, one of the Dominican Founding Fathers, proclaimed Dominican independence and raised the first Dominican Flag, on February 27, 1844.
Such is the case of Los Tres Ojos National Park, a stunning complex of caves, crystal-clear blue water lagoons and lush tropical vegetation located right in the heart of the bustling municipality of Santo Domingo Este, just a few miles from the Sheraton Santo Domingo Hotel.
You won’t see Rihanna, Bob Marley, or foreign celebrities at this one. The Juan Pablo Duarte Wax Museum honors the one individual it is named after: one of the three Founding Fathers of the Dominican Republic, and main architect of Dominican independence.