The Dominican Republic attracts more visitors than any other nation in the Caribbean, but they don’t go to the Santo Domingo. Only 15 percent of visitors spend time in the capital. In this photo, employees from the Ministry of Environment clean up Santo Domingo’s Fray Anton de Montesinos beach in hopes of making it more attractive.
The Dominican Republic attracts more visitors than any other nation in the Caribbean, but they don’t go to the Santo Domingo. Only 15 percent of visitors spend time in the capital. In this photo, employees from the Ministry of Environment clean up Santo Domingo’s Fray Anton de Montesinos beach in hopes of making it more attractive. Tatiana Fernandez AP
The Dominican Republic attracts more visitors than any other nation in the Caribbean, but they don’t go to the Santo Domingo. Only 15 percent of visitors spend time in the capital. In this photo, employees from the Ministry of Environment clean up Santo Domingo’s Fray Anton de Montesinos beach in hopes of making it more attractive. Tatiana Fernandez AP

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