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Population, Language and Religion

French dialect, Roman Catholicism, official language, Dominican Republic, population

Spanish is the official language of the Dominican Republic. English is also spoken, and a French dialect is heard along the Haitian frontier. The great majority of the people profess Roman Catholicism. There is a small Protestant community, and about 1 percent of the population are Spiritists.



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