Santo Domingo nightclub

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La Barrica Sport Bar nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
La Barrica Sport Bar
Avenida Venezuela 19, Santo Domingo
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Jet Set Club nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Jet Set Club
Ave. Independencia Km. 6 1/2 Plaza El Portal, Santo Domingo
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Cinema Café nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Cinema Café
Plaza de La Cultura Juan Pablo Duarte, Atrás de la Cinemateca Dominicana, Santo Domingo,DN.
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Club Libanés-Sirio-Palestino nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Club Libanés-Sirio-Palestino
Autopista 30 de Mayo, Santo Domingo
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Lulú Tasting Bar nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Lulú Tasting Bar
Parque Billini, Ciudad Colonial, Santo Domingo
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Foxys Night Club nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Foxys Night Club
Santo Domingo
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Camden nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Camden
Plaza Andalucía, Avenida Abraham Lincoln, Santo Domingo
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Kantabar nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Kantabar
Unicentro Plaza Local 38 1er Nivel, Avenida Abraham Lincoln, Santo Domingo
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Kuora Club nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Kuora Club
Calle La Guardia 25, Santo Domingo
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Kaprich Dance Club nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Kaprich Dance Club
Calle Bartolomé Colón 29, Santo Domingo
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PlayRoom RD Lounge nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
PlayRoom RD Lounge
Calle Bartolomé Colón 29, Santo Domingo
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Cigar Ambassador Shop & Club Cigar nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Cigar Ambassador Shop & Club Cigar
Av. George Washington #500, Malecon Center, Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana, Santo Domingo
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Vertygo 101 Bar & Lounge nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Vertygo 101 Bar & Lounge
Avenida Winston Churchill 93, Santo Domingo
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Platinum Disco Club nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Platinum Disco Club
Avenida Independencia, Santo Domingo
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Mint nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Mint
Calle Cambronal
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Fashion Tv Lounge nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Fashion Tv Lounge
Santo Domingo
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Santa Eva nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Santa Eva
Calle El Conde, Santo Domingo
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Odelei Colonial Club nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Odelei Colonial Club
Santo Domingo
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Maunaloa nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Maunaloa
Calle Heroes de Luperón 29, Santo Domingo
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Club Naval Para Oficiales nightclub Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
Club Naval Para Oficiales
Santo Domingo Este
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Nightclubs in Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo nightclub: La Barrica Sport Bar, Jet Set Club, Cinema Café, Club Libanés-Sirio-Palestino, Lulú Tasting Bar, Foxys Night Club, Camden, Kantabar, Kuora Club, Kaprich Dance Club, PlayRoom RD Lounge, Cigar Ambassador Shop & Club Cigar, Vertygo 101 Bar & Lounge, Platinum Disco Club, Mint, Fashion Tv Lounge, Santa Eva, Odelei Colonial Club, Maunaloa, Club Naval Para Oficiales

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