El Baluarte del Conde o Baluarte el Conde (antes llamado Baluarte de San Genaro) es un baluarte situado en la Ciudad Colonial de Santo Domingo, República Dominicana. Entre los monumentos y lugares que lo conforman esta el Parque Independencia, Puerta de la Misericordia, Fuerte de la Concepción y el Altar de la Patria.
This is a national monument whose entrance is part of a fotress and guarded by military. It is interesting to see the busts on pedestels of past presidents. There are pleasant places to sit and plenty of shade. However, this is NOT the place to carouse with your friends. Military will politely but firmly enforce respect. So this is a quiet place to sit for contemplation or perhaps reading a book.
Definitely a must stop as you walk around. The best would be to take a guided tour around the area and be a place you stop to take in the sights. Suprising view inside without giving away much. If you nearby then come and see a part of history...
it was good not to crowded and shops around were very clean, a bit pricy, we stopped at a coffee shop got a cappuccino and was the wrist a ever had all I tasted was cinnamon I needed it tried drinking it but I couldn't sorry I won't be back for another
Historic Place! you can admire the brave of Dominican warriors!
Nice location and worth visiting. Don't know very much about it, but it was open and clean. Was asked for some money after having a photo taken of me up stairs bear a mutual. I don't pay and just walked away
Dominican History. Interesting place. Safe to walk.
It is a beautiful place to visit and learn the about how America started. However, it is way too expensive. You have to pay too much money for every historic place you visit, when it all should be close to free for people to enjoy.
Historic and well preserved park. I love what they are doing with the park. Preserving history is very lovely.
Historical place, good to visit with family ...and is in the colonial zone, everything is near by... restaurants, the peatonal conde street it's just in front.
Excellent place to know a little about the dominican history here we have the tombs of the great fathers of this great nation also is the great place where we mark our independent. This area have turn in to a very comerxial place for food and cultural place
There's some really cool stuff to see around here! You can walk around any day of the week for hours visiting the shops and restaurants.
Interesting memorial to the 3 people credited with the Dominican Republic winning its independence from Haiti. The 3 are interred in the memorial.