Santo Domingo (disambiguation)

Santo Domingo, Spanish for Saint Dominic, may refer to:

Towns and Cities

*Chile
**Santo Domingo, Chile, a city and also a municipality
*Colombia
**Santo Domingo de Silos a municipality of Norte de Santander Department
*Costa Rica
**Santo Domingo, Costa Rica
*Cuba
**Santo Domingo, Cuba, a municipality in Villas Clara, Cuba
*Dominican Republic
**Santo Domingo, the Dominican capital, it also refers to the island of Hispaniola (including Haití)
**Santo Domingo Province, a province of Dominica, split in 2001 from the National District
**Greater Santo Domingo Area, a term used to unite Santo Domingo Province and the National District (both forming the Metropolitan Area)
*Ecuador
** Santo Domingo de Los Tsáchilas, a province in Ecuador, incorporating:
**:Santo Domingo (canton) the only canton in that province
**::Santo Domingo de Los Colorados, the main town in that canton
**:::Roman Catholic Diocese of Santo Domingo de los Colorados, the diocese with its seat in that town
*El Salvador
**Santo Domingo, San Vicente, a municipality
*Philippines
**Santo Domingo, Albay
**Santo Domingo, Ilocos Sur
**Santo Domingo, Nueva Ecija
*Spain
**Santo Domingo de la Calzada, after Domingo de la Calzada
*U.S.
**Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, a Native American pueblo

Buildings and monastery

* Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, in Spain
* Fort Santo Domingo, a former Spanish fort on Taiwan in present day Tamsui
* Santo Domingo, Oaxaca, a church and former monastery in Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico
* Santo Domingo (Mexico City), a church and plaza in the historic center of Mexico City


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