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Dominican Republic Latitude Facts: 18.8715730337079 and Dominican Republic Longitude Facts: -70.0870786516854

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Dominican Republic Regions are: Azua Barahona Dajabon Distrito Nacional Duarte El Seibo Espaillat Hato Mayor La Altagracia La Romana La Vega Maria Trinidad Sanchez Monsenor Nouel Monte Plata Peravia Puerto Plata Salcedo Samana San Cristobal San Juan San Pedro De Macoris Sanchez Ramirez Santiago Valverde

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