located in the colonial quarter of Santo Domingo which seems to have taken you back to 1502 . <p>Listed as a World Heritage Site by Unesco, its remarkable buildings include the original home of the town's founder, Governor Nicolas de Ovando . Located on the street still known as Las Damas, the first paved road of the New World, this palace has been renovated and turned into a luxury hotel with swimming pool, fitness center, free Parking, free wireless Internet and restaurant .
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