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Area: Monte Cristi | Dominican Republic

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kite_nomad added 1 Article 4 years 3 months ago
at Monte Cristi , La Granja , Playa Popa with kite_nomad

Monte Cristi, DR: Flat water and perfect wind

I had wanted to visit Monte Cristi for some time but it was difficult to leave the perfect wind,... more >

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kite_nomad added 6 images 4 years 3 months ago
at La Granja

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kite_nomad added 7 images 4 years 3 months ago
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Area page for Monti Christi. Populated in 1533 by Juan de Bolaños and 63 families from the Canary Islands. These migrated to various parts of the country after failing to establish successfully. Later repopulated and became a very wealthy port in the mid-to-late 16th century. In 1606, one hundred years after its founding, it was destroyed as retribution for doing business with pirates. In 1756 the city was rebuilt and again became a prosperous trading center, until the early 20th century.[4] In 1895, was the site of the signing of el Manifiesto de Montecristi by Máximo Gómez and José Martí, at Máximo Gómez home located on Mella St. They sailed from "La Granja" beach, also in Montecristi, to Cuba to fight for its independence.

kite_nomad added 17 images 4 years 3 months ago
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