The building that houses this museum at one time belonged to Juan Pablo Duarte, considered Father of the Country. He was an ... More
Museo Casa Duarte
The building that houses this museum at one time belonged to Juan Pablo Duarte, considered Father of the Country. He was an important figure in local history who led the movement for independence that culminated successfully in 1844 when Haitian rule, begun in 1822, came to an end. On display in this museum are various objects and documents related to the life and beliefs of the man responsible for the Dominican Republic being what it is today.
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Discovered at the end of the 19th century by the Italian Don Juan Vicini, this lovely bathing spot lies in
exceptionally beautiful natural surroundings. The coral breakwater protects its warm, crystal clear waters from the waves of the Caribbean. ...
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: ...