This Jesuit church, dating back to the 18th Century, was designated the National Mausoleum in 1956 and three years later, it ... More
This Jesuit church, dating back to the 18th Century, was designated the National Mausoleum in 1956 and three years later, it was remodeled and adapted to serve this purpose. Since then, the remains of famous Dominicans have been brought here. The church's construction is composed of three distinct naves. The central nave is the widest and is covered by a vaulted ceiling covered with a mural. The side naves are built like small chapels, each with a beautiful domed roof. Hanging from the central vault is a lamp which was given to the church by the Spanish head of state, Francisco Franco.
The Courtyard Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic hotel is located in the heart of the city's cultural district and offers comfortable
accommodations and complete services for business and leisure travelers alike.Among the most preferred Santo Domingo hotels, the Courtyard is ...
This museum is located on the fifth floor of an award winning modern building. On display here are paintings and
sculptures dating from the post independence period (after 1844) through the 1960s. Works are separated into four chronological sections: ...
This very well located hotel, opened for business in 1975, is surrounded by extensive tropical gardens of lush beauty that,
together with lovely panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea, give guests a feeling of peace. The interior, decorated by ...