Santo Domingo

NOUN
  1. the capital and largest city of the Dominican Republic
    Santo Domingo is the oldest continually inhabited European settlement in the Americas with the oldest cathedral and the oldest hospital and the oldest monastery in the Western Hemisphere
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  • It is possible, too, that reference was made to the solenodon or almiqui, an animal long thought to be extinct but of which several specimens have recently been found in Santo Domingo. Santo Domingo A Country with a Future
  • At one end of the Plaza, craftsmen from Native American pueblos spread out blankets filled with contemporary Jemez pottery, Hopi wooden dolls, and Santo Domingo turquoise jewelry.
  • She gave up her thriving law practice in Santo Domingo and poured much of her savings into her quest.
  • In the bars and streets of Santo Domingo, I danced my own merengue.
  • A few years later, the capital, Santo Domingo, was renamed Ciudad Trujillo. The Cult of the Caudillo
  • An infamous example was the quincentenary of Columbus in Santo Domingo in 1992.
  • In the old days too, when the coro de tiple reaches the last lines "madre amorosa prenda de amor ..." the heavy curtains on the central niche of the main retablo in the old Santo Domingo would roll down to cover the Santo Rosario from view until the next day .. WN.com - Articles related to FEATURE : Historic Manila wants tourists to see past the decay
  • The higher-degree Scottish Rite is believed to have migrated to American shores in the second half of the eighteenth century, most likely from France and the French West Indies colony of Santo Domingo.42 Recall, many Scottish Masons had fled to France during political and social unrest in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, hence the name Scottish Rite, according to some Masonic authorities. Shadow of the Sentinel
  • Stone Quarry and those who lived above the line where nicotiana grew, used the kinni-kinik or bark of the red willow and some seven other succedanea. 194 But tobacco proper, which soon superseded all materials except hemp and opium, was first adopted by the Spaniards of Santo Domingo in A.D. 1496 and reached England in 1565. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • The Santo Domingo convent is spectacular, it is being repainted an it is something to see. San Crist�bal and World Heritage Status
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