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Williamsburg’s rich Dominican culture was on display last week as dozens of beautifully clad marchers paraded down Graham Avenue.

Marchers grooving to varied ethnic beats as they sauntered between Grand Street and Bushwick Avenue in colorful costumes and dresses that rivaled those seen at the Manhattan Dominican Day Parade, which is considered the largest in the country.

Though smaller in scale, Williamsburg’s version created some big memories for residents old and new, those in attendance said.

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