Thousands show pride at Bronx Dominican Day Parade

Thousands of Bronx residents marched Sunday in the second largest Dominican parade in New York City.

The Bronx Dominican Day Parade marked the end of a week of celebrating the culture. The festivities got underway at Mount Hope Place and ended at 165th Street. Dominican flags transformed the streets into a sea of red, white and blue.

The Bronx borough president says almost 200,000 Dominicans call the Bronx home, and that number continues to grow.

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