Dajabón has a population of 16398 making it is one of the smallest cities in Dominican Republic.
It operates on the America/Santo_Domingo time zone.
Dajabón is a municipality and capital of the Dajabón province in the Dominican Republic, which is located on the northwestern Dominican Republic frontier with Haiti. It is a market town with a population of about 26,000, north of the Cordillera Central mountain range.
Dajabón is located on the Dajabón River, also known as the Massacre River, due to an incident that took place in 1728, in which 30 French Buccaneers were killed by Spanish settlers. The name also became popular after being the site of killings during the Parsley massacre, though the event was not the origin of its name.