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Geographic Regions of the Dominican Republic

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The Dominican Republic is divided into three macro-regions, which are in turn divided into ten regions.[1][2]

In 1858 the country was divided in 3 departments: Cibao (North), Ozama (Southwest), and Seybo (Southeast).[3]

Regional divisions and actual provinces of the Dominican Republic
Macro-regions Regions Provinces
Norte/Cibao Cibao Nordeste[4] Duarte
Hermanas Mirabal
María Trinidad Sánchez
Samaná
Cibao Noroeste[5] Dajabón
Monte Cristi
Santiago Rodríguez
Valverde
Cibao Norte[6] Espaillat
Puerto Plata
Santiago
Cibao Sur[7] La Vega
Monseñor Nouel
Sánchez Ramírez
Sur Valdesia[8] Azua
Peravia
San José de Ocoa
San Cristóbal
El Valle[9] Elías Piña
San Juan
Enriquillo[10] Barahona
Bahoruco
Independencia
Pedernales
Este/Sureste Ozama[11] Distrito Nacional
Santo Domingo
Higüamo[12] Hato Mayor
Monte Plata
San Pedro de Macorís
Yuma[13] El Seibo
La Romana
La Altagracia

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