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The Dominican Republic is a country located in the Caribbean region. It occupies the eastern five-eighths of its land, while Haiti occupies the other side. Based on area, the Dominican Republic is the second largest nation located in the Antilles, taking up 48,671 square kilometers (18,792 square miles). The Dominican Republic is also the third largest nation in the Antilles by population, holding 10.8 million inhabitants. 3.3 million of these people live in Santo Domingo, which serves as the capital for the Dominican Republic. The Dominican Republic is the most visited country in the Carribeans, which is because of its year-round golf courses, as well as the diverse geographic destinations.
There are four major mountain ranges located within the Dominican Republic, and they are as follows: the Cordillera Septentrional (Northern mountain range), the Cordillera Central (Central mountain range), Sierra de Neiba, and the Sierra de Bahoruco. Of these mountain ranges, the largest and most rugged is the Cordillera Central. The Cordillera Central is also home to the highest point within the country, called Pico Duarte, standing at an elevation of about 3,098 meters (or 10,164 feet). Between the Northern and Central mountain ranges lies the Cibao valley, which is where a great majority of farming areas within the country are located.
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