Political Map of Dominican Republic

Political Map of Dominican Republic
Description : Dominican Republic Political map showing the international boundary, provinces boundaries with their capitals and national capital. Disclaimer

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The Dominican Republic is a country situated on the island of La Hispaniola. Covering a total area of 18,704 square miles and home to over 10 million people, Dominican Republic is the second-largest Caribbean nation.

As shown in the political map of the Dominican Republic, the country forms part of the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region. The nation of Haiti occupies the western third of the island. The Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea bound the country to the north-east and south-east, respectively.

The Dominican Republic Political Map offers detailed and comprehensive information about the different states that constitute the country. Some of the states that form a part of the Dominican Republic include Monte Christi, San Juan, Santiago, Samana, La Vega, La Altagracia, Independencia, Santiago Rodriguez, Azua, Barahona and Marla Trinidad Sanchez.

The map also shows the national capital, major cities, and the provincial and international boundaries of the nation. Santo Domingo is the national capital and is clearly shown in the map marked with a red dot enclosed in a square. Covering a total area of 40.3 square miles, it is the largest city in the country.

The country is divided into thirty-one provinces that are further divided into municipalities. The major provinces are: Distrito Nacional, Santo Domingo, San Juan, San Cristobal, Valverde, La Romana, La Vega, Santiago Rodriguez, Azua, Baoruco, Barahona, Dajabon, Distrito Nacional, Duarte, Elias Pina, El Seibo, Espaillat, Hato Mayor, Hermanas Mirabal, Independencia, La Altagracia, Maria Trinidad Sanchez, Monsenor Nouel, Monte Cristi, Monte Plata, Pedernales, Peravia, Puerto Plata, Samana, Sanchez Ramirez, San Jose de Ocoa, San Pedro de Macoris, and Santiago.

Over the years the country has witnessed a significant rise in the number of tourists. This is because the country has an infinite array of scenic and natural splendors, and certain regions like Punta Cana, Dominican Republic have been developed as potential tourist destinations. Dominican Punta Cana with its beautiful beaches and scope for adventure activities draws a number of tourists. The Dominican Republic Punta Cana resorts provide comfortable accommodation to the visitors. Another city that features prominently in the list of tourists is La Romana, Dominican Republic.

ProvincePopulation: 2002-10-18 census.Area(km.²)Area(mi.²)Capital
Azua208,8572,6881,038Azua (de Compostela)
Barahona179,2391,647636(Santa Cruz de) Barahona
Distrito Nacional913,5409135Santo Domingo
Duarte283,8051,640633San Francisco de Macoris
Elias Pina63,8791,397539Comendador
El Seybo89,2611,775685(Santa Cruz de) El Seybo
Hato Mayor87,6311,324511Hato Mayor (del Rey)
Hermanas Mirabal96,356430166Salcedo
La Altagracia182,0203,0011,159(Salvaleon de) Higuey
La Romana219,812656253La Romana
La Vega385,1012,274878(Concepcion de) La Vega
Maria Trinidad Sanchez135,7271,212468(Trinidad Sanchez) Nagua
Monsenor Nouel167,618992383Bonao
Monte Cristi111,0141,886728(San Fernando de) Monte Cristi
Monte Plata180,3762,6131,009Monte Plata
Puerto Plata312,706819316(San Felipe de) Puerto Plata
Samana91,875845326(Santa Barbara de) Samana
Sanchez Ramirez151,1791,191460Cotui
San Cristobal532,8801,240479San Cristobal
San Jose de Ocoa62,368853329San Jose de Ocoa
San Juan241,1053,3601,297San Juan (de la Maguana)
San Pedro de Macoris301,7441,255484San Pedro de Macoris
Santiago908,2502,8091,084Santiago (de los Caballeros)
Santiago Rodriguez59,6291,152445(San Ignacio de) Sabaneta
Santo Domingo1,817,7541,302503Santo Domingo Este
32 divisions8,562,54146,88818,104
Note  : - Population: 2002-10-18 census.

Last Updated : August 4th, 2018

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