Central America

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic’s capital, Santo Domingo, is said to be the most ancient European city in the United States. Probably for that same reason why Santo Domingo has a colorful heritage and rich history, that is why this part of the Dominican Republic is worth discovering.

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Gustavia, Saint Barthelemy

Saint Barthélem Island boasts of having Gustavia as it is main town. Situated in Puerto Rico coast in Guadeloupe, the town was actually named after the well known king of Sweden, Gustav II. Initially, St. Barts was a French overseas territory.

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Guatemala City, Guatemala

The Central America country of Guatemala has Guatemala City as its national, administrative and economic capital. The city gained its capital statues in 1773 after a devastating earthquake completely destroyed the then capital, Antigua Guatemala.

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Cayenne, French Guiana

Located in French Guiana, Cayenne is a large city which also serves as the country’s capital. The city is situated at the crossroad of Europe and South America and for this fact, French Guiana is popularly known as the only region where inhabitants speak English language in South America.

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Castries, Saint Lucia

Castries traces its history in 1650 when the French found what was then to become the administrative capital of Saint Lucia. Castries is actually not a huge as such and its population is approximated to be about 11, 000.

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Sint Maarten

Sint Maarten is shared between the French and the Dutch. Compared to Saint Martin, Sint Maarten is quite small and it has its capital at Philipsburg. The island is recognized as an independent state but it is still within Netherlands kingdom.

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Saint Martin

Saint Martin Island is on the Caribbean and it is just a small land mass. It has its capital city as Philipsburg which is used as a docking port for most of the ships. The other cities are Marigot ad Grand Case city that is notable for its rather excellent restaurants and tourist facilities.

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Managua, Nicaragua

Nicaragua boasts of having Managua not just the largest city in the country but also its capital city. Currently, Managua has a population of about 1.8 million people, largely dominated by the whites and mestizos. As such, Managua ranks second when it comes to the most populous Central American cities after the city of Guatemala.

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