Province of the Dominican Republic
Province in Dominican Republic
Natural tree tunnel in Bahoruco province
Coordinates: 18°29′24″N 71°25′12″W / 18.49000°N 71.42000°W / 18.49000; -71.42000 Country Dominican Republic Province since 1943 Capital Neiba • Congresspersons 1 Senator 2 Deputies • Total 1,282.23 km 2 (495.07 sq mi) • Total 111,269 • Density 87/km 2 (220/sq mi) Time zone UTC-4 (EST) Area codes 1-809, 1-829, 1-849 ISO 3166 code DO-03 Baoruco, alternatively spelt Bahoruco ( Spanish pronunciation: [baoˈɾuko]), is a province of the Dominican Republic located in the southwest of the country, part of the Enriquillo Region, along with the provinces of Barahona, Independencia and Pedernales. Before 1952 it included what is now Independencia Province.
Important features are the Sierra de Neiba mountain range and Lake Enriquillo.
Consejo Nacional de Población y Familia. "Estamaciones y Proyecciones de la Población Dominicana por Regiones, Provincias, Municipios y Distritos Municipales, 2014" (PDF) (in Spanish) . Retrieved . 2014-02-02
Baoruco, alternatively spelt Bahoruco (Spanish pronunciation: [baoˈɾuko]), is a province of the Dominican Republic located in the southwest of the country...
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Baoruco (or Bahoruco) may refer to: Baoruco Province, in the Dominican Republic Baoruco Mountain Range with Sierra de Bahoruco National Park Bahoruco...
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The Bahoruco Mountain Range—Sierra de Bahoruco (or Sierra de Bahoruco) is a mountain range located in the far southwestern region of the Dominican Republic...
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was part of the
Baoruco Province. The name was given in remembrance of the National Independence of February 27, 1844. The province Independencia was...
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municipality in the San Pedro de Macorís
Province Santana, Baoruco, a municipal district in the Baoruco Province Santana, Peravia, Dominican Republic, a...
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southwest of the Dominican Republic. It is the capital city of the
Baoruco province, and is located 180 kilometres west of the national capital, Santo...
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Enriquillo include Neiba, the capital of
Baoruco Province, on the northeast, and Jimaní, the capital of Independencia Province, at the western end of the lake...
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the northern half of the
province is also the Cordillera Central. In the southwest, on the border with the Barahona and Baoruco provinces, are the Martín...
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Province Date Created Preceding Entity Old Names Azua March 12, 1844 One of the Original 5 Provinces Baoruco March 10, 1943 Separated from Barahona Province...
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Baoruco Province, Dominican Republic Galvan (fashion brand), a British fashion label...
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Ubilla is a town in the
province of Baoruco in the Dominican Republic. World Gazeteer: Dominican Republic at archive.today (archived 2012-12-04) – World-Gazetteer...
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Dominican War of Independence. It was fought on the 13 March 1844 in the
province of Bahoruco. A force of Dominican troops, a portion of the Army of the...
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Baoruco Province, resulting in two separate fatalities of a 15-year-old boy and 75-year-old woman on July 3. Floods in San Cristóbal Province forced...
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Villa Jaragua is a town and a municipality in the Bahoruco
province of the Dominican Republic, close to the Lake Enriquillo. The town was known as Barbacoa...
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the border with Haiti. Sierra De
Baoruco National Park (Parque Nacional Sierra De Baoruco) In the high Sierra De Baoruco mountain range, of the southwestern...
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to be paraded in front of the Royal Court but died on his voyage. Azua
Baoruco Elías Piña La Vega Peravia San Cristóbal San José de Ocoa San Juan Santiago...
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Dominican Republic. Salcedo, their home
province, changed its name to Provincia Hermanas Mirabal (Mirabal Sisters Province). The International Day for the Elimination...
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