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This is the working National Palace for the Dominican Republic. Tourist are not allowed inside the gates, but our driver stopped by for a photo op. There are guards outside and take their job seriously. When I asked “photo pro vavor”? The one understood that...More
Our tour bus passed by this place and stop for people who wants to take pictures at its front gate. We were not able to get in as it is a working palace and understandable for security reason. I still enjoyed seeing it even though...More
While we did not have an opportunity to go inside, the National Palace is such a beautiful building well worth a photo op. Once the home of the President, it now house the offices of the President and Vice-President of the Dominican Republic. It has...More
A majestic place where a lot is discussed. I had the privilege to work for President Fernandez' first government, and with The World Bank in the Dominican Republic. This is a place where fundamental discussions on improving the life of dominicans, fomenting inclusive and sustainable...More
My friend and I toured this site on a Sunday so we couldn't go inside. However we did get ready good photos from outside the gates and it was just cool to see where the Dominician President lived during our visit to the DR.
The National Palace is in the middle of a neighborhood which makes it very cool. It is closed and you can only walk around. There is park with a plaque for each period for each president. It shows how so few have ruled the country.