What traditions does Venezuela have?
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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What do you mean? Like what do people wear to a Christmas dinner in Venezuela? Is there a traditional Christmas outfit??? People dress normal.
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one tradition is called the malango. It's where the families get together and dance and eat spanish dishes.
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" . . . a…n all-white suit-like, with a high neckline. Search Simon Diaz, he is almost always dressed this way in formal pictures. A variation is white pants and a white shirt with a red scarf tied around the neck in a triangle, that falls on the shoulder/back. There are other simplistic "campesino" outfits, but they all wear "apargatas" ~ a sandle of sorts, black yarn on the top and rubber/leather sole. . For women, the formal dress is a colorful, full flowing skirt, cut on the bias, an off the shoulder blouse, with one layer of ruffle across the chest and shoulders and a pony-tail to the side with a habiscus flowers in the hair, near the ear. The skirt length varies from tea-length to floor legnth; but it is always full/wide and you hold the sides in your hands, stretched out or on the hips. The variation includes printed skirts and colorful blouses. . There are other indiginous and farmers clothing.
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for women it is a bright colorful skirt, men a high necked white suit with a triangular scarf folded front and back over the neck, usually a bright color.
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 blous…e and a skirt. For men, normally they wear a white suit.
The traditional bread of Venezuela is the arepa, this is a type of rounded corn-meal.
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beans, rice, and fish.
just probably the quincienera - 15 girls birthday
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some traditional dances in Venezuela are the meringue, the polka, the joropo, and the ballet hispanico.
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Joropo is the national dance. An important traditional dance though is Gaita
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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 mou…ntains. She originally came to Venezuela from Argentina, when Venezuela was the land of promise due to their oil fields. Unfortunately the government mismanaged their resources and Venezuela is now one of the poorest countries in South America. Beatriz makes beautiful clay sculptures as well as pottery. Createrra Pottery - Mabel Pinzon is the owner of Createrra Ceramics. Her pottery studio is high in the Andes Mountains of South America. She does unusual and creative work with clay that is very sculptural in nature. She enjoys working with her hands and feels that any kind of art is good therapy. She also loves nature and is inspired by the beautiful surroundings of her Andes mountain home. Goza Pottery - Maria LaCruz is from the Andes Mountains of Venezuela. She began helping in a potters studio called Goza Pottery and ended up as its owner. She has run the operation for eleven years. She makes fanciful bells, plates, and crucifixes in a colorful, naive style. Some of her larger bells can made into beautiful and unusual hanging lamps. Leonor Lezama is a ceramics artist living and working in the Andes Mountains in Venezuela. She is originally from Uruguay. She uses natural motifs such as leaves in her work. She is also inspired by Oriental Art. CarmenMorales is a pottery artist working in the Andes Mountains of Venezuela. She makes wonderfully detailed an whimsical figures. Her specialties are nativities, angels, and crucifixes, including some of the delightfully tiniest ones you will ever see! MucugresPottery - The Mucugres Studio is comprised of five sisters and brothers who run a pottery studio high in the Andes Mountains of Venezuela. Ines Camas started the operation with her unique pottery designs inspired by pre-Columbian Art. The pottery is hand made using a slab technique and is glazed in earth tones. Her pottery became so popular that her sister and three brothers joined the studio. Their operation now provides employment for many residents of the tiny Andes town in which they live. Ines' designs are recognized by the Tayo symbol. Her sisters mark is Fagua and the three brothers are Jeku, Tawadi, and Jochi. Mariano Rangel is a wood carver living high in the Andes Mountains of South America. The Rangel family has become well known all over the country for their naive style wood carvings. He and his family have been wood carvers for many years and has several brothers who also carve. Mariano is one of the most well-known of the Rangel family artists. He hand carves figures such as angels and nativity scenes from wood. Mariano is in his seventies and his immediate family all make their living in his woodworking shop - children and grandchildren helping to sand and paint his creations. His figures are carved from a type of willow wood. The back of the figures are left with the natural bark. The carved area may be left natural or painted in bright folk art colors. Mariano's sculptures are wonderful pieces of collectible folk art..
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