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Las Terrenas in the Dominican Republic
|- Total||225 km2 (86.9 sq mi)|
|- Density||61.6/km2 (159.6/sq mi)|
– Santo Domingo
Samana was a famous slave trade port for the british in the early 17th century. Today, the people of these provinces are a mix of Taino, Spanish, west indian and african slaves.
Las Terrenas is a new hotspot for foreigners but also people from the Capital. Since the new highway between Santo Domingo and Samaná is done, people from SD come here every week. It takes 2 hours from the center Las Terrenas to the center Santo Domingo. Also, the new airport El Catey also is open for international flights, mainly used for connections in Europe and Canada.
- World Gazeteer: Dominican Republic – World-Gazetteer.com
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