Geopolitical map of Dominican Republic

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CapitalPopulationArea
Santo Domingo 9,823,821 48,730
Country codePhone CodeLocal HourTime zone
DO ++1-809 and 1-829 15:31:27 America/Santo_Domingo
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Some data about Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic is a country of 9,823,821 inhabitants, with an area of ​48,730 km2, its capital is Santo Domingo and its time zone is "America/Santo_Domingo". Its ISO code is "DO" in 2 positions and "DOM" in 3 positions.

To be able to make a telephone call to Dominican Republic, you must dial your telephone code, which is +1-809 and 1-829. The currency used in Dominican Republic is the "Peso" (DOP).

The administrative subdivision of Dominican Republic (administrative division) is made up of 1 Distrito nacional (level 1), 31 Provincias (level 1) and 152 Municipios (level 2). Dominican Republic has 13 cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants and 2 cities with more than one million inhabitants.

Above you have a geopolitical map of Dominican Republic with a precise legend on its biggest cities, its road network, its airports, railways and waterways. Do not hesitate to click on the map of Dominican Republic to access a zoom level and finer details.

Dominican Republic shares borders with Haiti.

Proportion of cities by number of inhabitants in Dominican Republic

Number of cities by importance (population) in Dominican Republic. Considering cities with a population of more than 100 000, 200 000, 500 000 and 1 million inhabitants, with the percentage of the population that these cities represent.

> 100k inhabitants > 200k inhabitants > 500k inhabitants > 1 million inhabitants
13 6 4 2
62.7 % 53.2 % 48.9 % 34.6 %
  • The 13 most important cities represent 62.7% of the entire population
  • The 6 most important cities represent 53.2% of the entire population
  • The 4 most important cities represent 48.9% of the entire population
  • The 2 most important cities represent 34.6% of the entire population

Administrative division of Dominican Republic

Administrative subdivisionsAdministrative level
1 Distrito nacional1
31 Provincias1
152 Municipios2

List of first-order administrative division in Dominican Republic

  • Provincia de Azua
  • Provincia de Baoruco
  • Provincia de Barahona
  • Provincia de Dajabón
  • Provincia Duarte
  • Provincia de El Seibo
  • Provincia de Elías Piña
  • Provincia Espaillat
  • Provincia de Hato Mayor
  • Provincia de Hermanas Mirabal
  • Provincia de Independencia
  • Provincia de La Altagracia
  • Provincia de La Romana
  • Provincia de La Vega
  • Provincia María Trinidad Sánchez
  • Provincia de Monseñor Nouel
  • Provincia de Monte Cristi
  • Provincia de Monte Plata
  • Distrito Nacional
  • Provincia de Pedernales
  • Provincia de Peravia
  • Provincia de Puerto Plata
  • Samaná Province
  • Provincia de San Cristóbal
  • Provincia de San José de Ocoa
  • Provincia de San Juan
  • Provincia de San Pedro de Macorís
  • Provincia Sánchez Ramírez
  • Provincia de Santiago
  • Provincia de Santiago Rodríguez
  • Provincia de Santo Domingo
  • Provincia de Valverde

List of major cities of Dominican Republic

  • Santo Domingo2 201 941 inhabitants
  • Santiago de los Caballeros1 200 000 inhabitants
  • Santo Domingo Oeste701 269 inhabitants
  • Santo Domingo Este700 000 inhabitants
  • San Pedro de Macorís217 899 inhabitants
  • La Romana208 437 inhabitants
  • Bella Vista175 683 inhabitants
  • San Cristóbal154 040 inhabitants
  • Puerto Plata146 000 inhabitants
  • San Francisco de Macorís124 763 inhabitants
  • Salvaleón de Higüey123 787 inhabitants
  • Concepción de La Vega102 426 inhabitants
  • Punta Cana100 023 inhabitants
  • Santa Cruz de Barahona77 160 inhabitants
  • Bonao73 269 inhabitants
  • San Juan de la Maguana72 950 inhabitants
  • Bajos de Haina66 784 inhabitants
  • Baní66 709 inhabitants
  • Moca61 834 inhabitants
  • Azua59 139 inhabitants
  • Villa Francisca50 185 inhabitants
  • Mao48 297 inhabitants
  • Boca Chica46 300 inhabitants
  • Salcedo45 299 inhabitants
  • Esperanza42 169 inhabitants
  • Cotuí41 641 inhabitants
  • Villa Altagracia40 027 inhabitants
  • Hato Mayor del Rey35 999 inhabitants
  • Nagua33 862 inhabitants
  • Villa Bisonó33 137 inhabitants
  • Jarabacoa29 983 inhabitants
  • Constanza29 481 inhabitants
  • Villa Consuelo28 621 inhabitants
  • Santa Cruz de El Seibo23 547 inhabitants
  • Tamboril23 304 inhabitants
  • Las Matas de Farfán21 802 inhabitants
  • San José de Ocoa21 148 inhabitants
  • Bayaguana21 055 inhabitants
  • Río Grande20 154 inhabitants
  • Monte Llano19 029 inhabitants