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    Default Moving Back!!! Anyone got city pics?

    Hi everyone. I'm moving back to Santo Domingo after living in the U.S. for the last 12 years. I haven't visited since 1998 and understand the city has changed a lot! Do any of you know of any websites where I could see current pictures of the city? I've been able to find some shots of the Ciudad Colonial and numerous monuments but nothing of the city. I'm looking for pics of the malls I hear so much about, and the new streets and elevados and everything that must have changed in the past decade.
    Thanks for any help!!!!

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    I suppose you can try:

    http://soydominicano.com/cgi-bin/pho...t=Architecture

    www.mundodominicano.com - very nice Dominican web site.

    or

    www.soydominicano.com - another nice website, I think its operated and owned by the same people of mundodominicano.com, but am not sure.

    And yes, Santo Domingo has changed tremendously from 12 years ago. You will not recognize the city, well some parts you will.

    Welcome back!

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    Also you can check www.sdq.com many pictures of Santo Domingo, and the latest and newer mall here in Santo Domingo, the web is www.maleconcenter.com now we have the highest building in the caribbean, 32 floors. Next to mall will be the Hilton Santo Domingo hotel with 22 floors and 226 rooms.

    welcome!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riravaga
    Also you can check www.sdq.com many pictures of Santo Domingo, and the latest and newer mall here in Santo Domingo, the web is www.maleconcenter.com now we have the highest building in the caribbean, 32 floors. Next to mall will be the Hilton Santo Domingo hotel with 22 floors and 226 rooms.

    welcome!!!!
    Great Website Thanks

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    WOW!!! Thanks so much for the websites. That is impressive!

    I know it sounds silly but I get goosebumps every time I see pictures. I've loved the time I've spent in the U.S. and I'm very grateful for all the opportunities, but right now I'm ready to start a new stage of my life back home.

    Thanks again

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