World Heritage in the Dominican Republic
The World Heritage in the Dominican Republic (as of 2018) includes a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Dominican Republic ratified the World Heritage Convention in 1985, and the only World Heritage site to date was added to the World Heritage List in 1990.
World heritage sites
The following table lists the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Dominican Republic in chronological order according to the year of their inclusion on the World Heritage List (K - cultural heritage, N - natural heritage, K / N - mixed, (R) - on the Red List of World Heritage in Danger ) .
Colonial City of Santo Domingo
The sites that are intended for nomination for inclusion in the World Heritage List are entered in the tentative list . As of 2018, 13 sites are entered in the tentative list of the Dominican Republic, the last entry was made in 2018. The following table lists the sites in chronological order according to the year of their inclusion in the tentative list.
|Jacagua, Villa de Santiago||2001||K||1704||Jacagua is a place in the province of Santiago with a historic church.|
|Montecristi||2001||K||1705||Capital of the province of Monte Cristi|
|Archaeological and Historical National Park of Pueblo Viejo||2001||K||1707||The ruins of Pueblo Viejo or La Vega Vieja in the province of La Vega near the present-day city of Concepción de la Vega was the second planned European settlement in America after La Isabela (Ref. 6289 ).|
|Historic center of Puerto Plata||2001||K||1708||Historic center of the city of San Felipe de Puerto Plata|
|Old town of Azua de Compostela||2001||K||1709||Historic center of the city of Azua de Compostela|
|Sanate sugar mill||2002||K||1714||Single suggestion for the Ruta de los Ingenios series (Route of the Sugar Mills)|
|Nuestra Señora de Monte Alegre o la Duquesa sugar mill||2002||K||1715||Single suggestion for the Ruta de los Ingenios series (Route of the Sugar Mills)|
|Archaeological site of La Isabela||2018||K||6289||The place La Isabela in the province of Puerto Plata was the first settlement planned by Europeans on American soil. Archaeological investigations revealed five stone buildings of the former settlement, including a church, of which a reconstruction was built nearby.
Revision of a proposal from 2001
Parque Nacional Jaragua
|2018||N||6290||Revision of a 2001 proposal for a natural heritage site into a proposal for a mixed cultural and natural heritage site|
|America's first colonial sugar mills||2018||K||6291||Of the six individual suggestions submitted in 2001 and 2002 as part of the Ruta de los Ingenios (Route of the Sugar Mills) series of sites from the colonial era that were used for sugar production, four were summarized in this collective proposal in 2018: the sugar mill of Boca de Nigua , the sugar mill of Diego Caballero , the Engombe sugar mill and the Palavé sugar mill ( ).|
Parque Nacional Cotubanamá
|2018||N||6292||and Parque Nacional Del Este called
Revised a 2001 proposal for a natural heritage site into a proposal for a cultural heritage site
|Banco de la Plata y la Navidad marine mammal sanctuary||2018||K / N||6293||Sanctuary for marine mammals in the area of sea banks La Plata (Silver Bank) and Navidad|
|Pre-Hispanic rock art in the Dominican Republic||2018||K||6294|
- Dominican Republic on the UNESCO World Heritage Center website.