Sosúa is a town in the Puerto Plata Province, on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. It is known for its beaches, in a sheltered cove with an offshore coral reef, colorful fishes and tropical plants. The beach separates the neighborhoods of El Batey, the main tourist hub, and laid-back Los Charamicos. The Jewish Museum tells the story of the 1940s settlers who fled from the Nazi threat in Europe.
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