Geography of the Dominican Republic - Extremes

Conditions are ameliorated in many areas by elevation. The Dominican Republic is a country with many mountain s. The mountains are separated by valleys with the same, general direction. The Cibao Valley is the the largest, important valley of the country. Llano Costero del Caribe is in the southeast of the island. The Artibonite River is the longest river of the island. Century established a French presence on Hispaniola. Spain ceded to the the French, western third of the island in 1697. Remittances are the primary source of foreign exchange.

Extremes, Saona, Southeastern coast, Country with many mountain s, Largest, important valley of the country, Fertile area in the country, Longest river of the island