David Collado appoints Rosanna Rivera as Colonial City Tourism director

She had held the post of governor of the Fray Anton de Montesinos monument Santo Domingo. Tourism Minister David Collado appointed Rosanna Rivera as director of Colonial City Tourism, a move to strengthen the historic center as Santo Domingo’s main attraction. “This is why we started the year with an international promotion plan and the integration to our team of Rosanna Rivera as director of Tourism of the Colonial City,” the Mitur head posted on Instagram. Previously, Rivera held the position of governor of the Fray Antón de Montesinos monument, and last December, she was decorated by the Italian Embassy in the Dominican Republic as “Cavaliere dell’ordine della stella d’italia”. Rivera is the daughter of Francisco Javier Rivera Caminero and Delgis Nardi de Rivera. She is the granddaughter of Pedro Nardi, an Italian immigrant, who arrived in Puerto Plata at the beginning of the last century, where he formed a family and affections. Nardi became a prosperous and admired businessman who was decorated in 1973 with the Order of Military Merit.

Tourism Minister David Collado appointed Rosanna Rivera as director of Colonial City Tourism, a move to strengthen the historic center as Santo Domingo’s main attraction.

“This is why we started the year with an international promotion plan and the integration to our team of Rosanna Rivera as director of Tourism of the Colonial City,” the Mitur head posted on Instagram.

Rivera previously held the position of governor of the Fray Antón de Montesinos monument, and last December, she was decorated by the Italian Embassy in the Dominican Republic as “Cavaliere dell’ordine della stella d’italia”.

Rivera is the daughter of Francisco Javier Rivera Caminero and Delgis Nardi de Rivera. She is the granddaughter of Pedro Nardi, an Italian immigrant, who arrived in Puerto Plata at the beginning of the last century, where he formed a family and affections. Nardi became a prosperous and admired businessman who was decorated in 1973 with the Order of Military Merit.

She had held the post of governor of the Fray Anton de Montesinos monument Santo Domingo. Tourism Minister David Collado appointed Rosanna Rivera as director of Colonial City Tourism, a move to strengthen the historic center as Santo Domingo’s main attraction. “This is why we started the year with an international promotion plan and the integration to our team of Rosanna Rivera as director of Tourism of the Colonial City,” the Mitur head posted on Instagram. Previously, Rivera held the position of governor of the Fray Antón de Montesinos monument, and last December, she was decorated by the Italian Embassy in the Dominican Republic as “Cavaliere dell’ordine della stella d’italia”. Rivera is the daughter of Francisco Javier Rivera Caminero and Delgis Nardi de Rivera. She is the granddaughter of Pedro Nardi, an Italian immigrant, who arrived in Puerto Plata at the beginning of the last century, where he formed a family and affections. Nardi became a prosperous and admired businessman who was decorated in 1973 with the Order of Military Merit.

Tourism Minister David Collado appointed Rosanna Rivera as director of Colonial City Tourism, a move to strengthen the historic center as Santo Domingo’s main attraction.

“This is why we started the year with an international promotion plan and the integration to our team of Rosanna Rivera as director of Tourism of the Colonial City,” the Mitur head posted on Instagram.

Rivera previously held the position of governor of the Fray Antón de Montesinos monument, and last December, she was decorated by the Italian Embassy in the Dominican Republic as “Cavaliere dell’ordine della stella d’italia”.

Rivera is the daughter of Francisco Javier Rivera Caminero and Delgis Nardi de Rivera. She is the granddaughter of Pedro Nardi, an Italian immigrant, who arrived in Puerto Plata at the beginning of the last century, where he formed a family and affections. Nardi became a prosperous and admired businessman who was decorated in 1973 with the Order of Military Merit.

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