The ruins of Engombe is located in the municipality of Santo Domingo West of the Dominican Republic, was founded in the sixteenth century, of what became a powerful ingenuity, today are the memories named “Ruins of Engombe” that make up its four buildings called The Engombe Palace, built in ashlar and mortar stones. The Trapiche, which was the sugar mill where the cane was milled to make the sugar. El Galpón, they say that sugar was stored here, the place has never been redesigned, so deformed stones are still shown, giving a different look to the photographs. Finally the Church, denominated in the beginning the Church Santa Ana, this structure represents the greater strength of the Ruins of Engombe.
This place is undoubtedly a very important historical reserve of this community. The set of buildings it has is a striking space not only for its architectural and historical riches, but also a place surrounded by the charms of its natural resources and limited by the waters of the Haina River.
For photo sessions we take advantage of each of its structures, its green areas and the radiant view towards the waters of the Haina River in conjunction with nature. Particularly I recommend the place for pre-wedding photo shoots or boyfriends and quinceañeras.