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DREFF International Guests Visit Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone

September 14, 2016

On Wednesday, a group of international guests of the Dominican Republic Environmental Film Festival (DREFF) visited Santo Domingo’s Colonial Zone as part of social activities organized in an effort to create opportunities for exchange and communication among Festival participants.

The excursion was an opportunity for guests to meet each other and share their experiences. It was also a chance for them to get to know the city hosting them and to learn more of the fascinating history of the Dominican Republic. Upon arrival at the small square in front of the Cathedral, they proceeded on a pleasant 45-minute tour in Chuchu Colonial.

Between taking in history, music and folklore, guests also enjoyed a walk through the colorful streets of one of the oldest cities in the Caribbean.

Now in its sixth year, this year’s Film Festival was the largest yet, bringing over 140 screenings of 45 films and 40 international guests to 11 Dominican cities around the country.

About the DREFF
Since its creation in 2011, the Dominican Republic Environmental Film Festival has been providing Dominicans with a platform of knowledge and debate on the environment and sustainable development, as well as examples of best practices to achieve them, while celebrating the unique beauty and natural heritage of the Dominican Republic. With a wide selection of documentaries and numerous panel discussions, workshops, seminars and community activities, the DREFF seeks to promote dialogue and the exchange of knowledge and experience with the goal of encouraging Dominicans to take measures that will contribute to the appreciation, conservation and sustainable use of the country’s unique natural resources. /
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