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The traditons venezuela had was the same traditions as puerto rican people they have. presidents day , halloween , christmas , el dia de los muertos and a lot of more stuff
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Where is Venezuela?

Its location is 8° 0' N and 66° 0'W. Venezuela - officially the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela - is a country on the northern coast of South America (next to the Caribbean Sea). It shares borders with Guyana to the east, Brazil to the south and Columbia to the west. Venezuela is in Sout (MORE)

Where in Venezuela is Maracaibo?

It's on the very far west and north (almost on the coast) of Venezuela. If the Bay (Lago de Maracaibo) was a clock, it would be at 11:45

Who founded Venezuela?

Simon Jose Antonio de la Santisima Trinidad Bolivar y Palacios Ponte Blanco [July 24, 1783-December 17, 1830] may be considered the founder of modern Venezuela. He was the leader of liberation struggles against Spanish colonialism of Venezuela, Peru, Panama, Ecuador, Colombia, and Bolivia. But he (MORE)

Who controlled Venezuela?

well you see it all started in 1786. when Marco rodriquez conquered Venezuela. Along with himself he took his dog from cuba. Its name was "jitzwitz."

What are traditions?

a : an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior (as a religious practice or a social custom) b : a belief or story or a body of beliefs or stories relating to the past that are commonly accepted as historical though not verifiable. 2 . the handing (MORE)

What is tradition?

Tradition is a ritual, belief or object passed down within a society, also a basic character of a society still maintained in the present, with origins in the past. Common examples include holidays or impractical but socially meaningful clothes (like lawyer wigs or military officer spurs), but the (MORE)

What can I do in Venezuela?

Eat.Sleep.Walk.Tour.Talk........ you can do waaaaaay more than that. I've been there. you can go to the beach. hike a moutain, you can do anything i was born there in tinaquillo estado cojedes and u can do anything u want just dont kill anybody jajaja u can try there food cachapas arepas anything

What are facts about Venezuela?

carcas is the capital city ot Venezuela * Venezuela is home to one of the world's largest waterfalls, Angel Falls.\n* Venezuela got it's name from it's likeness of Venice, Italy. \n* The number one export in Venezuela is oil.\n* Venezuela has more Miss Universes and Miss Worlds than any other count (MORE)

What was Venezuela named for?

Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci named the region Venezuela, meaning Little Venice, in 1499. He had seen houses built on stilts along a lakeshore and saw the similarity to the Italian city of Venice. Venezuela comes from local language which was Sanskrit (or derived from Sanskrit) before Spanish (MORE)

Venezuela is in what continent?

Venezuela is located on the northern coast of the continent ofSouth America. The capital of the country of Venezuela is Caracas.

Who is a celebrity from Venezuela?

Maiandra Delfino is a Venezuelan actress, known for her role in themovie "Traffic." Patricia Velasquez is another famous actress fromVenezuela.

What is the timeline in Venezuela?

A Venezuela timeline is a list of key events In the history ofVenezuela. It began with Columbus and the Spanish colonial periodto the present day.

What is the traditional dress in Venezuela?

For work, school, play and everyday life, people dress just like in the US. But the folkloric tradition is as follows: . The most common for men is the "Liquiliqui" . . . an all-white suit-like, with a high neckline. Search Simon Diaz, he is almost always dressed this way in formal pictures. A va (MORE)

What can you do in Venezuela?

You could go bird watching at Morrocoy National Park and sandboarding at Medanos de Coro National Park. Or you could go scubadiving at Mochima National Park or to the beach at Isla Margarita.And don't forget to see Angel Falls, the tallest waterfall in theworld.

What is traditions?

A tradition is something you do every year. Like if you have a snowball fight with your family every Christmas that is tradition!

Is Venezuela a ledc?

Venezuela is not an LEDC because it has one of the biggest oilreserves in the world and is one of the leading oil exporters. Ithas had some phases of economic turmoil, but it still remains arelatively developed country.

How did Venezuela get its name?

Venezuela was named by Amerigo Vespucci, who called it "little Venice" when he arrived. Venezuela derives from Sanskrit "Vanozwala" meaning country with beautiful forests. Venezuela got its name by Venice Italy reminding them of the town

Who discovered Venezuela?

Christopher Columbus landed on the South American coast on his third voyage in 1498, in the area of Venezuela near the island of Trinidad.. Venezuela was first colonized by the Spanish in 1522. The indigenous tribes may have inhabited the area for over 15,000 years prior to that time, transitioning (MORE)

What is the traditional clothing of Venezuela?

para las mujeres es un vestido o una blusa y falda. Para los hombres, normalmente llevando un traje blanco. Spanish to English translation: For women it's a dress or a blouse and a skirt. For men, normally they wear a white suit.

Festivals in Venezuela?

There are different festivals that are celebrated in Venezuela.Some of the popular ones include Corpus Christi, weddings,carnival, Feria del Sol and many more.

How old is Venezuela?

Venezuela was founded in March 30 1845, which means as of 2015 itis 170 years old.

What is the economy in Venezuela?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venezuela#Economy . Main article: Economy of Venezuela The 20 Venezuelan bolívar fuerte banknote featuring a portrait of Luisa Cáceres de Arismendi.. The petroleum sector dominates Venezuela's mixed economy, accounting for roughly a third of GDP, around 80% o (MORE)

What is Venezuelas vegetation?

Venezuela is a country with diverse vegetation. You can find from vast forest vegetation to xeric vegetation. However, there are certain types of vegetation that are abundant throughout the whole country: 46% is of forests, the 24% is of Savannah and the rest of the vegetation, the 30%, is of moors, (MORE)

What is Venezuelas climate?

well on a good day your likely to see it raining cats and dogs, the odd hurricane is also possible in the winter.

Why was Venezuela called Venezuela?

Spanish people named this country Venezuela which means "Little Venice" because Venezuela reminds the Spanish people of Venice because it was by the ocean sea ~Caralina

Is Brazil in Venezuela?

No. They are two separate countries. They share a border and bothare in the continent of South America.

How hot is Venezuela?

In most of Venezuela, the average temperature is between 70 and 85degrees Fahrenheit. It is cooler in the areas with higherelevations.

What is the conitnent of Venezuela?

Venezuela is not a continent. But it is part of the continent of South America. This website can help you with your knowledge of the country of Venezuela. http:/www.nationsencyclopedia.com/economies/Americas/Venezuela.html

What are traditional crafts in Venezuela?

Specializing in Hand Made Treasures from Around the World Andes Mountains Featured Artists . Beatriz Buceta is a very talented ceramics artist living in the Andes mountains. She originally came to Venezuela from Argentina, when Venezuela was the land of promise due to their oil fields. Unfo (MORE)

Are there platypuses in Venezuela?

No. There are no platypuses in Venezuela. Platypuses are endemic to Australia alone, and are found only through the eastern half of the continent, including the island state of Tasmania.

Is Venezuela a forest?

No Venezuela is a country. However, parts of the Amazon basin rainforest are found in the south of Venezuela.

What is the settlement of Venezuela?

This question is difficult to answer. A settlement is a general term meaning some form of community or town. So, does this mean what are the settlements of Venezuela? Or something else...

Is Venezuela in Peru?

no, Venezuela is a country and Peru is a different one, both in latin America beside Brazil

What is your name is in Venezuela?

your name is really the same in Spanish and in English and if you don't believe me go to google translate put it on English to Spanish and type your name

What can you taste in Venezuela?

According to Wikipedia, the Venezuelan speciality foods are: hallaca, pabellón criollo, arepas, pisca andina, tarkarí de chivo, jalea de mango, and fried camiguanas.

Is Venezuela from Mexico?

No. Both are independent countries and neither of them belonged to the other, ever. Both were part of the Spanish empire between the 16th and 19th centuries, but belonged to different administrative regions and started their independence wars at different times.