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The city's Colonial Zone was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.), from 1936 to 1961, after the Dominican Republic's dictator, Rafael Trujillo, named the capital after himself.

Rodrigo de Alburquerque was named repartidor de indios and soon named visitadores to enforce the laws.Drake's invasion signaled the decline of Spanish dominion over Hispaniola, which was accentuated in the early 17th century by policies that resulted in the depopulation of most of the island outside of the capital.From 1795 to 1822 the city changed hands several times along with the colony it headed.The city was ceded to France in 1795 after years of struggles, it was briefly captured by Haitian rebels in 1801, recovered by France in 1802, and was once again reclaimed by Spain in 1809.The city was a prize fought over by various political factions over the succeeding decades of instability.

In addition, the country had to fight multiple battles with Haiti; the Battle of 19 March, Battle of 30 March, Battle of Las Carreras, and Battle of Beler, are a few of the most prominent encounters, mentioned in the national anthem and with city streets named after them.Finding love is a challenging quest even in your home country.Dating internationally will either make it more so or raise the chance to finally get the partner you've been looking for all along.In 1821 Santo Domingo became the capital of an independent nation after the Criollo bourgeois within the country, led by José Núñez de Cáceres, overthrew the Spanish crown.The nation was unified with Haiti just two months later.Bartholomew Columbus founded the settlement and named it La Nueva Isabela, after an earlier settlement in the north named after the Queen of Spain Isabella I.