SAN­TO DO­MIN­GO, THE CA­PI­TAL OF THE CA­RIB­BEAN GAS­TRO­NO­MIC CUL­TU­RE

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On Fe­bruary 20 in San­to Do­min­go, the Do­mi­ni­can Re­pu­blic, was de­sig­na­ted the Ca­pi­tal of the Ca­rib­bean Gas­tro­no­mic Cul­tu­re by the Ibe­rian-Ame­ri­can Gas­tro­nomy Academy. This is no doubt a well-deser­ved ho­nor for the land whe­re the first gas­tro­no­mic en­coun­ter bet­ween two worlds oc­cu­rred, when Ch­ris­top­her Co­lum­bus and his crew lan­ded in 1492.

From the Ibe­rian-Ame­ri­can Gas­tro­nomy Academy we gi­ve ku­dos to the city of San­to Do­min­go, one of the top cu­li­nary des­ti­na­tions in the Ca­rib­bean, a city that boasts all the his­to­ric, cul­tu­ral, tou­rist and gas­tro­no­mic cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the Ca­rib­bean he­ri­ta­ge with all its pe­cu­lia­ri­ties.

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