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Dominican Republic ratified the World Heritage Convention on 12 February, 1985. As of April 2010, it has only one World Heritage Site, in the cultural category. Dominican Republic also has another 14 sites on the World Heritage Tentative List.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Dominican Republic

  1. Colonial City of Santo Domingo

Location of World Heritage Sites in the Dominican Republic


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Sites in Dominican Republic on the World Heritage Tentative List

  1. Jaragua National Park (2001)
  2. Parque Nacional del Este (2001)
  3. The Ancient Big House of Palavé [Ruta de Los Ingenios] (2001)
  4. The Sugar Mill of Engombe [Ruta de Los Ingenios] (2001)
  5. Boca De Nigua Sugar Mill [Ruta de Los Ingenios] (2001)
  6. Jacagua, Villa of Santiago (2001)
  7. Montecristi (2001)
  8. Archaeological and Historical National Park of the Villa of La Isabela, Puerto Plata (2001)
  9. Archaeological and Historical National Park of Pueblo Viejo, La Vega (#) (2001)
  10. Historical Centre of Puerto Plata (2001)
  11. City of Azúa de Compostela (2001)
  12. The Ancient Diego Caballero Sugar Mill [Ruta de Los Ingenios] (2002)
  13. Sanate Sugar Mill [Ruta de Los Ingenios] (2002)
  14. Nuestra Señora de Monte Alegre or la Duquesa Sugar Mill [Ruta de Los Ingenios] (2002)



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