Hispaniola size comparison
76,190 km2 / 29,409 mile2
Hispaniola is an island in the Caribbean archipelago which is known as the Greater Antilles. It is the most populous island in the West Indies and the region’s second largest after Cuba.
The 76,192-square-kilometre (29,418 sq mi) island is divided into two separate, sovereign nations: the Spanish-speaking Dominican Republic (48,445 km2, 18,705 sq mi) to the east and French / Haitian Creole-speaking Haiti (27,750 km2, 10,710 sq mi) to the west. The only other shared island in the Caribbean is Saint Martin, which is shared between France (Saint Martin) and the Netherlands (Sint Maarten).