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Canca La Piedra, Dominican Republic

Reference Location: Canca La Piedra, Dominican Republic

Area: 25.0 mile - 40.2 km radius.

#1
Tamboril, Dominican Republic
Settlement
Population: 102,865
Updated: 2020-04-16
Tamboril is a municipality of the Santiago province in the Dominican Republic. Tamboril is situated in the northeast part of the province, at the foot of the Cordillera Septentrional mountains, at 230 meters above sea level. The municipality has an area of 71.4 km it borders Puerto Plata Province, Licey, Espaillat Province, and Santiago.
Distance: 1.1 mi. (1.7 km)
#2
Licey al Medio
Settlement
Population: 69,321
Updated: 2020-04-13
Licey al Medio is a municipality of the Santiago province in the Dominican Republic. Within the municipality there is one municipal district : Las Palomas. This is an important municipality of the province because Cibao International Airport is located here.
Distance: 4.0 mi. (6.5 km)
#3
San Vctor
Settlement
Population: 79,851
Founded: May 23, 2013
Updated: 2019-09-27
San Vctor is a municipality of the Espaillat Province in the Dominican Republic. The District Municipality became a municipality on May 23, 2013.
Distance: 4.0 mi. (6.5 km)
#4
Cibao International Airport
Airport
Updated: 2020-05-10
Cibao International Airport, also known as Santiago Airport, is located in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republics second-largest city. It is the countrys third-busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft movements, after Punta Cana International Airport and Las Amricas International Airport.
Distance: 5.1 mi. (8.2 km)
#5
Gurabo, Dominican Republic
Settlement
Population: 126,668
Elevation: 173 m
Founded: 1495
Updated: 2018-11-20
Gurabo is a suburban section in northeast Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. It contains a population estimated at 42,000. Gurabo is best known for its Tobacco Plantations and Amber Mines.
Distance: 5.4 mi. (8.7 km)
#6
Pual
Settlement
Population: 69,303
Updated: 2020-04-13
Pual is a city in Santiago Province. Pual became a rural section of the municipality of Santiago de los Caballeros in 1937, comprising the spots: Guayabal, Matanzas and Laguna Prieta. In February 2006 the rural section of Pual was raised to the category of municipality. Pual comprises the municipal districts Guayabal, Canabacoa, Arenoso, La Javilla and Matanzas.
Distance: 5.8 mi. (9.3 km)
#7
Monumento de Santiago
Monument
Updated: 2020-02-29
The Monumento a los Hroes de la Restauracin is a monument in the city of Santiago de los Caballeros in the Dominican Republic. It was originally built during the dictatorship of Rafael Lenidas Trujillo in 1944 as Trujillo's Monument to Peace. He ordered its construction in his own honor. Yet, symbolically the monument was built for the centennial of the Dominican War of Independence, which was fought in 1844 to gain sovereignty from Haiti.
Distance: 7.5 mi. (12.0 km)
#8
Santiago de los Caballeros
Wikivoyage
Santiago de los Caballeros is a city in the Dominican Republic. The buildings are old and classic Caribbean Spanish style.
Distance: 7.6 mi. (12.2 km)
#9
El Mamey Formation
Rockunit
Updated: 2019-07-14
The El Mamey Formation is a geologic formation in the Dominican Republic. The formation consists of shales and sandstones interspersed with a conglomerate of well-rounded pebbles, deposited in a fluvio-deltaic environment. El Mamey Formation is one of the formations containing Dominican amber and preserves fossils dating back to the Burdigalian to Langhian period.
Distance: 7.7 mi. (12.4 km)
#10
Moca, Dominican Republic
Settlement
Population: 173,442
Elevation: 183 m
Updated: 2019-10-06
Moca is the capital of Espaillat province in the Cibao region of the Dominican Republic, and is the tenth-largest city of the country with a population of 173,442 inhabitants. Moca is located 11 miles/18 kilometers east from the countrys second-largest city, Santiago. It is divided into eight municipal districts: San Vctor, Las Lagunas, Jos Contreras, Juan Lpez, El Higuerito, La Ortega, Monte de la Jagua and Canca La Reina.
Distance: 7.8 mi. (12.6 km)
#11
Fortaleza San Luis
Museum
Updated: 2019-12-19
Fortaleza San Luis is located near the Yaque del Norte River in southwest Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. The Fort was the location of several battles during the War of Restoration. Fortaleza San Luis has also served as a Municipal Prison and more recently the fort has been converted into a Museum.
Distance: 8.0 mi. (12.9 km)
#12
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Santiago de los Caballeros
Diocese
Updated: 2020-04-26
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Santiago de los Caballeros is a Latin rite Metropolitan Archdiocese in the Dominican Republic.
Distance: 8.2 mi. (13.2 km)
#13
Gran Arena del Cibao
Stadium
Updated: 2020-04-21
The Arena del Cibao Dr. Oscar Gobaira, above the Palacio de los Deportes, is a multi-purpose arena in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic, built in 1978. The arena has a capacity of 8,768 seats, consisting of 7,000 regular seats, 668 comfortable armchairs and 1,100 luxury seats that are fully reclinable. The arena has a modern acoustic system, which has 16 speakers and 10 monitors. The arena was remodeled for the Dominican Republic National Basketball Team in accordance with the requirements of FIBA. The cost of the renovations amounted to about RD528,000,000. The arena is also used for other purposes for example, it is believed that it may host the Miss Dominican Republic pageant in 2011.
Distance: 8.2 mi. (13.2 km)
#14
Hato del Yaque
Unclassified
Updated: 2019-10-05
Hato Del Yaque is a municipal district in the province of Santiago, Dominican Republic.
Distance: 11.9 mi. (19.2 km)
#15
Baitoa
Settlement
Population: 17,778
Elevation: 250 m
Founded: June 1, 2014
Updated: 2020-03-27
Baitoa is a municipality in the Santiago Province of the Dominican Republic. Santiago is part of the northern valley of the country, otherwise known as the Cibao. It was created as a municipality on June 1, 2014. Natives of Baitoa are known as Baitoeros. The population speaks a Cibao dialect of Dominican Spanish.
Distance: 13.2 mi. (21.3 km)
#16
Salcedo, Dominican Republic
Settlement
Population: 45,299
Elevation: 196 m
Updated: 2020-04-13
Salcedo is the capital city of the Hermanas Mirabal Province in the Dominican Republic. It is the birthplace of the Dominican heroines, the Mirabal sisters, who died in the struggle against the dictator Rafael Trujillo. A museum in the town commemorates three of sisters it was tended to by the remaining sister, Blgica Mirabal, until her death on February 1, 2014.
Distance: 13.3 mi. (21.4 km)
#17
Villa Gonzlez
Settlement
Population: 72,365
Founded: 20 January 1915
Updated: 2019-12-20
Villa Gonzalez is a municipality of the Santiago province in the Dominican Republic. Within the municipality there are two municipal districts : El Limn and Palmar Arriba.
Distance: 13.3 mi. (21.4 km)
#18
Estadio Cibao FC
Stadium
Updated: 2020-03-03
Stadium Cibao FC is a football stadium in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. It is currently used for football matches and hosts the home games of Cibao FC of the Liga Dominicana de Ftbol. The stadium holds 10,000 spectators.
Distance: 14.0 mi. (22.5 km)
#19
Baitoa Formation
Rockunit
Updated: 2019-07-14
The Baitoa Formation is a geologic formation in Dominican Republic. The formation consists of siltstones and limestones deposited in a shallow marine to reef environment. The formation, unconformably overlying the Tabera Formation and unconformably overlain by the Cercado Formation, preserves bivalve, gastropod, echinoid and coral fossils dating back to the Burdigalian to Langhian period.
Distance: 14.4 mi. (23.2 km)
#20
Bao-Tavera Dams
Dam
Updated: 2017-03-23
The Bao-Tavera Dam Complex refers to two earth-filled embankment dams located about 15 km south of Santiago in Santiago Province of the Dominican Republic. The Bao Dam on the Bao River is 113 m and withholds a reservoir with a maximum storage capacity of 280,000,000 msup3. It is the second tallest dam in the country behind the Moncin Dam. The Tavera Dam, about 8 km east of Bao Dam, on the river Yaque del Norte is 82 m high and has a reservoir with a capacity of 170,000,000 msup3. A 1.5 km canal connects each reservoir, making them a complex. The purpose of the complex is to provide municipal water, water for irrigation and to generate hydroelectric power. Water from the Tavera Reservoir is piped downstream to the Tavera Hydroelectric Plant which is situated on the right bank of the Bao River before it meets the Yaque del Norte River. The power station contains two 48 MW Francis turbine-generators for an installed capacity of 96 MW. Construction on the Tavera Dam began in September 1969 and it was completed on 27 September 1973. The Bao Dam was completed in 1981. The power station was upgraded from 80 MW to 96 MW in 1992.
Distance: 15.5 mi. (25.0 km)
#21
Roman Catholic Diocese of La Vega
Diocese
Updated: 2020-04-27
The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Vega is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Santiago de los Caballeros.
Distance: 17.8 mi. (28.7 km)
#22
Estadio Olmpico La Vega
Stadium
Updated: 2019-12-10
Estadio Olmpico is a multi-use stadium in Concepcin de la Vega, Dominican Republic. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home games of Jarabacoa of the Liga Dominicana de Ftbol. The stadium holds 7,000 spectators.
Distance: 17.8 mi. (28.7 km)
#23
Immaculate Conception Cathedral, La Vega
Church
Updated: 2019-08-20
The Immaculate Conception Cathedral also called The Cathedral of La Vega, it is a religious building of the Catholic Church located in the city of La Vega, Dominican Republic. It is the cathedral of the Diocese of La Vega and one of the most important shrines of the Dominican Republic.
Distance: 17.8 mi. (28.7 km)
#24
La Vega, Dominican Republic
Settlement
Population: 202,864
Elevation: 100 m
Founded: 1494
Updated: 2020-04-26
La Vega, is the third largest city and municipality of the Dominican Republic. It is in La Vega Province. The city is known as the heart of the Dominican Republic for its geographical position and its large agricultural production methods throughout its province.
Distance: 18.1 mi. (29.2 km)
#25
2003 Dominican Republic earthquake
Earthquake
Updated: 2018-06-11
The 2003 Dominican Republic earthquake occurred on September 22 at with a moment magnitude of 6.4 and a maximum Mercalli intensity of VII. The shock occurred on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic near the town of Luperon, Puerto Plata and 40 mi north the city of Santiago de los Caballeros. This earthquake could also be felt in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Research indicated that it was one of a series of westward-propagating earthquakes along the boundary between the North American Plate and the Caribbean Plate.
Distance: 18.1 mi. (29.2 km)
#26
Sabaneta de Ysica
Settlement
Population: 10,545
Updated: 2020-04-19
Sabaneta de Ysica is a small municipal district in the Puerto Plata province on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. It is home to the greatest natural beauty of the island known as Nina Eduardo de Lpez.
Distance: 18.5 mi. (29.8 km)
#27
Sosa
Settlement
Population: 49,593
Updated: 2020-05-14
Sosa is a beach town in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic. Located approximately 4 mi from the Gregorio Lupern International Airport in San Felipe de Puerto Plata, the town is accessed primarily by Camino Cinco, or Highway 5, which runs much of the length of the country's North coastline. The town is divided into three sectors: El Batey, which is the main tourist section and on the east side of the main beach, Los Charamicos, on the west end of the beach and past that, heading north toward the airport, is Sosa Abajo.
Distance: 19.3 mi. (31.1 km)
#28
Sosa
Wikivoyage
Sosua is in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic.
Distance: 19.3 mi. (31.1 km)
#29
Gregorio Lupern International Airport
Airport
Updated: 2020-05-11
Gregorio Lupern International Airport, also known as Puerto Plata Airport, is located in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. It is the Dominican Republic's fourth busiest airport by passenger traffic and aircraft movements, after Punta Cana, Santo Domingo and Santiago de los Caballeros airports. The airport is named after General Gregorio Lupern, a Dominican military and state leader. Capable of handling planes of all sizes, Puerto Plata Airport has benefited from being in an area with many beaches, which are popular among charter airline passengers. The popularity of the city where it is located has also drawn a number of regularly scheduled passenger airlines over the years.
Distance: 19.4 mi. (31.3 km)
#30
Bison
Settlement
Population: 140,666
Elevation: 50 m
Founded: 1939
Updated: 2019-09-14
Navarrete is a municipality in northwestern Dominican Republic, created in 1961. It lies approximately 25 km from Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic's second largest city. The administrative centre is in the town of Villa Bison.
Distance: 19.5 mi. (31.4 km)
#31
The Challenge: Battle of the Exes
Television Season
Updated: 2020-03-29
The Challenge: Battle of the Exes is the 22nd season of the MTV reality game show, The Challenge. It takes place in the Dominican Republic and Iceland, with former cast members from MTV's The Real World, Road Rules, and The Challenge competing. A launch special, The Pre-Game, premiered on January 11, 2012, explaining the previous history of how the couples broke up. The season premiered on January 25, 2012, and concluded on April 4, 2012, with the Reunion special.
Distance: 20.3 mi. (32.7 km)
#32
Ro Hatillo Formation
Rockunit
Updated: 2019-07-14
The Ro Hatillo Formation is a geologic formation in Dominican Republic. It preserves bivalve, echinoid, gastropod and ammonite fossils dating back to the Early Albian period. Ro Hatillo Formation comprises a basal conglomerate, sandstones and calcareous sandstones, covered by a massive biogenic limestone. The formation was probably deposited in a shallow, near-shore environment as part of the Cretaceous Volcanic Arc sections.
Distance: 20.6 mi. (33.2 km)
#33
Puerto Plata Province
Settlement
Founded: 1850
Updated: 2020-01-21
Puerto Plata is one of the northern provinces of the Dominican Republic. The area has become an increasingly popular tourist attraction since the late 1990s mainly due to its fine beaches. It borders the Septentrional mountain range to the north.
Distance: 21.6 mi. (34.8 km)
#34
Cabarete
Settlement
Population: 14,600
Updated: 2020-05-14
Cabarete is a town in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic, noted for its tourism and beaches. It is located on Camino Cinco approximately 11 mi from the airport of Puerto Plata.
Distance: 22.1 mi. (35.6 km)
#35
Cabarete Bay
Unclassified
Updated: 2016-10-21
Cabarete Bay is a bay on the northern coastline of the Dominican Republic. The bay is formed by a barrier coral reef and is a popular destination for surfers and divers.
Distance: 22.2 mi. (35.7 km)
#36
Gaspar Hernndez
Settlement
Population: 57,302
Elevation: 10 m
Updated: 2017-10-11
Gaspar Hernndez is a city and a beach in the Espaillat province of the Dominican Republic. It is touristic and full with beaches.
Distance: 22.2 mi. (35.7 km)
#37
Ro Grande, Dominican Republic
Settlement
Population: 20,154
Updated: 2018-04-29
Ro Grande is a town in the Puerto Plata province of the Dominican Republic.
Distance: 22.4 mi. (36.1 km)
#38
Cibao
Settlement
Population: 5,246,032
Updated: 2020-05-12
The Cibao, usually referred as El Cibao, is a region of the Dominican Republic located at the northern part of the country. As of 2009 the Cibao has a population of 5,622,378 making it the most populous region in the country.
Distance: 22.5 mi. (36.2 km)
#39
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
Settlement
Population: 286,558
Elevation: 8 m
Founded: 1502
Updated: 2020-05-16
Puerto Plata, officially known as San Felipe de Puerto Plata, is the ninth-largest city in the Dominican Republic, and capital of the province of Puerto Plata. The city is a trading port. Puerto Plata has resorts such as Playa Dorada and Costa Dorada, which are located east of the city proper. There are 100,000 hotel beds in the city. The first aerial tramway of the Caribbean is located in Puerto Plata, in which visitors can ride up to the Pico Isabel de Torres, a 793-meter high mountain within the city.
Distance: 22.6 mi. (36.3 km)
#40
Santiago Province Dominican Republic
Settlement
Founded: 1844
Updated: 2020-05-11
Santiago is a province which currently comprising one of the 32 provinces of the Dominican Republic. It is divided into 10 municipalities and its capital city is Santiago de los Caballeros. Located in north-central Dominican Republic, in the Cibao region, it is bordered by the provinces of Valverde to the north-west, Puerto Plata to the north, Espaillat and La Vega to the east, San Juan to the south and Santiago Rodrguez to the west.
Distance: 22.7 mi. (36.6 km)
#41
Puerto Plata
Wikivoyage
Puerto Plata or San Felipe de Puerto Plata is a city in the Dominican Republic with a population of about 130,000. It is capital of the province of Puerto Plata.
Distance: 23.2 mi. (37.3 km)
#42
Port of Puerto Plata
Unclassified
Updated: 2020-04-24
The Port of Puerto Plata is the third most important port in the country. It has two terminals one of them is currently being repaired by the government for tourism cruise operations, and it is known as Muelle Viejo.
Distance: 23.7 mi. (38.2 km)
#43
Fortaleza San Felipe
Museum
Updated: 2019-12-19
Fortaleza San Felipe is a historic Spanish fortress located in the north of Dominican Republic in the province of Puerto Plata. Is also known as El Morro de San Felipe and was used to protect the City of Puerto Plata from pirates and corsairs. It is located on a hill at the Puntilla Del Malecn, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean its strategic location protected the entrance to the citys seaport. The construction of the fort was commissioned by King Felipe II of Spain in 1564, and it was completed in 1577 by Don Rengifo de Angulo, the forts mayor.
Distance: 23.7 mi. (38.2 km)
#44
San Jos de las Matas
Settlement
Population: 109,071
Elevation: 523 m
Updated: 2020-04-13
San Jos de las Matas, also known as Sajoma, is a important municipality of the Santiago province in the Dominican Republic. The mayor of Sajoma is Roberto Espinal. there has been many positive changes in the last four years such as adding a 911 system. Within the municipality there are three municipal districts : El Rubio, La Cuesta and Las Placetas.
Distance: 24.7 mi. (39.8 km)
#45
Jarabacoa
Settlement
Population: 69,855
Elevation: 529 m
Updated: 2020-04-20
Jarabacoa is a town and the second largest municipality in La Vega Province, Dominican Republic.
Distance: 25.0 mi. (40.2 km)

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