Loma de Cabrera
|• Total||238.51 km2 (92.09 sq mi)|
|• Density||87/km2 (220/sq mi)|
The river named Dajabón, also known as Masacre, runs through Loma de Cabrera. The same river separates the city of Dajabon from Haiti. Loma de Cabrera has a very popular river falls called "Balneario El Salto", which is a very popular tourist place for Dominican residents.
Loma de Cabrera is the birthplace of well-known merengue artist Fernando "El Mayimbe" Villalona, Rafael Furcal, the former Major League Baseball shortstop, the poet Cristino Gómez, painter Juan Andújar, and baseball outfielder Julio Rodríguez.