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ADD TO LOCATION LIST This building houses the Alcázar de Colón Museum and is located in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The site is the oldest Viceregal residence in America and is built on a site that overlooks the river Ozama. It was...

The museum is located in the archaeological site of La Isabela, the first European city in America. It has a permanent exhibition of pre-Columbian and colonial archeology of the fifteenth century....

The Church of St Stanislaus was named after the patron saint of Poland in tribute to Pope John Paul II, who visited Santo Domingo in 1979 and left some of the saint's ashes behind....

This is the oldest cathedral in America. It is located next to Columbus Park in the city of Santo Domingo. The Cathedral is fronted with a golden-tinted coral limestone façade, the church combines elements of both Gothic and Baroque with some lavish plateresque styles as exemplified...

Ciudad Colonial (Spanish for "Colonial City") is the historic central neighborhood of Santo Domingo and the oldest permanent European settlement of the New World. It has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is colloquially known as "Zona Colonial" (Colonial Zone). The Ciudad...

Colón Park (Parque Colón) is the central square of the Colonial City historic district of Santo Domingo. In its center stands a late-19th-century statue by French Sculptor Ernest Gilbert of Christopher Columbus, in whose honor the square was renamed in 1887. The square is a...

Fortress of San Felipe (Fortaleza San Felipe) is a historic Spanish fortress located in the North of the Dominican Republic, in the province of Puerto Plata. It is located on a hill at the Puntilla Del Malecón, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Its strategic location protected...