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What type of maps are there of the Dominican Republic?

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Typical maps of the Dominican Republic include cities, rivers, latitude and longitude, physical characteristics, and roads. Other types of Dominican Republic maps are rail, stock exchange and political.

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City maps of the Dominican Republic highlight Santo Domingo, its capital, along with major cities Santiago, Dajabon, Monte Cristi and La Romana. Other cities are labeled differently from major cities, and include San Juan, Puerto Plata, and Borahana. City maps also show international boundary lines, a series of lines and dashes, to indicate where the line with another country lies. The road map of the Dominican Republic shows through what cities and areas roads run and whether or not they are major roads.

Dominican Republic physical maps show a rougher view to indicate where mountain ranges are located, and how many feet above sea level the land and mountain areas lie. Other details on the physical map show the borders of regions within the Dominican Republic, where bodies of water are located and a key for pinpointing mountain peaks. Maps of the rivers within the Dominican Republic perform a crossover with the physical maps, as both show where the rivers are located and through what areas they flow.

Political maps of the Dominican Republic show its provinces and their capitals, along with state lines and international boundaries.

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