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    Wow those are awesome. Talented photographers

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    Very nice. Its especially appreciated to see pictures of the most beuatiful aspect of the Dominican Republic, its gorgeous women.
    Too often its photos without any people. Nice change. Thanks.

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    Beautiful pictures. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    Zoomzx11 and SultanofSwing,

    The pleasure is mine. Thanks.

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    Las Dunas (Bani Sand dunes)


    Las Dunas de Bani #11 de 22 fotos by la india del cibao, on Flickr












    IMG_1096 by IvanNg., on Flickr












    Las dunas en 360 grados by mdelcid, on Flickr











    Dunas II by Karen Blix, on Flickr












    Dunas de Bani by Go Dominican Republic, on Flickr

    The dunes are located specifically in the town of Las Calderas Bay between the towns of Matanzas, Las Calderas and Salinas. Its area consists of about 15 kilometers and a maximum height of 35 meters. It is a protected natural area and unique in its appearance that is unmatched by any other region of the island. The way the dunes are formed is a phenomenon rarely seen in the world.

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