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5 months, 1 week ago

José Reyés was inspired to make this anthem after noticing a published copy of the Argentine anthem. Reyés believed that his country should also have an anthem, so he invited his friend Emilio Prud’homme to write the lines while he composed the music. Soon after Reyés managed to get his anthem published as well; the first performance was on August 17, 1883, it was well-received by the public and soon grew in popularity.

A motion in the National Congress was made on June 7, 1897 by deputy Rafael Garcia Martinez to give the song official status, but the president refused to sign the bill into law, possibly because of Prud’homme’s disagreement with President Heureaux’s dictatorial government. It wasn’t until 1934, many years after Heureaux’s death, that President Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina officially adopted the song as the national anthem.

The anthem never refers to the nation or her people by the name “Dominican”, but rather uses the poetic term “Quisqueyano” throughout. “Quisqueyano” is a reference to the original native inhabitants’ word for Hispaniola.

This is actually the third anthem used in the Dominican Republic. The first, used from 1844 independence to 1885, was known as “Canción Dominicana”, and the second, used after that, did not appear to have a title.

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7 months ago

A social dance with top Cuban choreographer, Maria. A delightful lady and fabulous dancer. This was our first dance together.

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Not many beaches on our planet match that of Sosua beach, as it pretty much has everything a tourist, expat or local could dream of, however instead of letting you read about it, sit back and enjoy this video which gives you everything from the historic background to clips from the beach, Arial shots, snorkeling, scuba diving, and nice sunsets - enjoy and please share it to the world!

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9 months ago

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9 months, 2 weeks ago

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10 months ago

This is a video that I found when I was thumbing through the videos I normally watch in the morning to keep myself up to date. This one, from a channel called RPW Liberation, showed something that the channel called the Get Out Of Marriage Free Card and I was rolling on the floor laughing so hard I knew I had to share. I am only putting a clip up for this but I would really appreciate it if you stopped by RPW Liberations channel after, give them a thumbs up and if you are feeling generous maybe a subscribe or a donation. The video is located at:

YouTube URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Smz5k_Fnfpc

PS: Sorry about the long Kung Fu intro, I go by the time it takes for an anime series to finish its bastardized intro. One minute and 30 seconds. If you are too impatient to wade through 1:30 of Old School bad Kung Fu I pity the life you've lived.

1 year, 6 months ago

Death Toll Of American Tourists In Dominican Republic Rises

Dan Bongino wraps up a wild week in news with News Explosion on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' #Tucker

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1 year, 10 months ago

'Tucker Carlson Tonight' Investigates The Rising Tourist Death Count In The Dominican Republic

American tourists mysteriously die in Dominican Republic; Griff Jenkins reports from La Romana. Tucker Carlson. #Tucker
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1 year, 10 months ago