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
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Venezuela is a country in the continent South America. An eloquently phrased query, I might add.
The current leader of Venezuela is NicolÃ¡s Maduro Moros who tookoffice when Hugo Chavez died.
Its location is 8Â° 0' N and 66Â° 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…h America. south america South America, along the eastern seaboard (MORE)
Nicolas Maduro is the President of Venezuela. As Vice President, he succeeded to the position on the death ofHugo Chavez on March 5, 2013 and won a special election in April,2013. He was inaugurated on April 19, 2013. His term should run untilJanuary 10, 2019, as the next scheduled presidential el…ection is in2018. (MORE)
Venezuela is on the continent of South America. It is located on the Northern coast.
Lake Maracaibo is a large brackish lake in Venezuela. It is connected to the Gulf of Venezuela by a 55km strait on the northern edge of the lake, and fed by numerous rivers, the largest being the Catatumbo River. It is the largest lake in South America , and one of the oldest lakes on Earth. . …For the source and more detailed information concerning this issue, click on the related links section indicated below. . (MORE)
Venezuela is on the continent of South America. It is located on the Northern coast.
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
Venezuela is located at the top of South America, and lies between the countries Colombia and Guyana.
There are several types of addresses in Venezuela. The address tothe US Embassy in Venezuela is; Calle F con Calle Suapure, Urb.Colinas de Valle Arriba, Caracas, Venezuela 1080.
The weather in Venezuela has many variations and changes because itis near the equator. Venezuela's climate can be classified intofour temperate zone.
The flight from Portugal to Venezuela would take about 9 hours tocomplete. There is approximately 4,176 miles between the twolocations.
You buy a flight ticket travel from any city in the world to Caracas (CCS) airport code.
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 …conquest. Vanozwala in Sanskrit means a land with shining or beautiful forests and park-like settings for which the country is famous for! This can not be a coincidence! (MORE)
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\n. \n. \nThe grassy plains are called "Llanos". In other areas of South America they may be called "pampas".
Its located in South America, at the very top of the content south of Colombia.
People in Venezuela LOVE Coka-Cola. They think Pepsi is a worthless copy!!! I myself agree!!! And now that I answered this question YOU can turn into a Venezuelan !!!!!! GO GO GO!!!!!
Venezuela has the largest waterfall in the world called Angel Falls. They also have the most beautiful women in the world (won Miss Universe the past two years in a row).
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.
There are many landforms in Venezuela. A few are the Bocas del Dragon ('''Dragons' Mouth ), Cariaco Basin , the Columbus Channel , the Gulf of Peria, the Gulf of Venezuela, the Isla Aves, the La Guaira Bank, the Paraguana Peninsula, Paria Peninsula, and the Tepui.
El Dia de Los Puercos is one. On January 3rd each year, venezuelans, or venezualitiotios as they are called, flock to beaches. Each one brings a pig and they set the pigs free on the beach. Then they rush back to their vehicles to receive the crossbows. They use the crossbows to shoot the pigs! Yeah… it sounds odd at first, but once you do it a few times its great fun! I'll see you there next year! (MORE)
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Many homes put up a Christmas tree but the most authentic Venezuelan custom is to display a nacimiento (Nativity scene). A more sophisticated nacimiento is the pesebre. This represents an entire region with mountains, hills, plains and valleys. The central point is a replica of the manger at Bethleh…em. The structure is a framework covered with canvas and painted accordingly. Often, the pesebre becomes a real work of art. Hope this helps :) (MORE)
In Venezuela the Nativity Scene is called the Nacimiento. These areelaborate displays in most homes during the Christmas season.
The country of Venezuela is bordered on the north by the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Colombia, on the southeast by Brazil, on the east by Guyana.
Venezuela has no true deserts. It does have a desert called theGuajira Desert but it is semi arid and not a true desert.
Well there have been many discussions about whether it is because it is quite a rich country. But when you compare it to the UK, the GNP in 1999 in the UK was 1338.1 billion dollars while in Venezuela it was 87.0 billion dollars. So it is still considered an LEDC but is developing.
There was an expedition in 1499 lead by Alonzo de Ojeda who visited the Venezuelan coast. Houses in the area reminded the expedition of houses in Venice, built on stilts. The area was thus named Veneziola 'Piccolo Venezia' or Little Venice
Three horizontal bars (yellow, blue and red from top to bottom) with a semi-circle of white, five-point stars in the middle of the blue bar.
The currency unit in Venezuela is the Bolivar Fuerte . The official exchange rate of the Bolivar Fuerte is 2.15 BsF/US Dollar. The Bolivar is named for Simon Bolivar who liberated Venezuela from Spanish rule. The Bolivar Fuerte replaced the Bolivar on Jan 1, 2008. Inflation had reduced the value of… the Bolivar and the Bolivar Fuerte is worth 1,000 original Bolivares. (MORE)
Venezuela is on the North coast of South America and is bordered on the West by Colombia and to the East by Guyana.
The answer is when the treain of Venezuela is the terraun of Venezuela. FIND IT YOURSELF!!
There are a variety of cities in the country of Venezuela. Thesecities include Caracas, Maracaibo, Valencia, Barquisimeto, Maturin,and Maracay.
Part of the Amazon is in the Southern part of Venezuela. There is actually a state called Amazonas in the South.
Venezuela declared its independence from Spain on July 5, 1811.This led to the Venezuelan War of Independence. It gained itsindependence from Gran Columbia in 1830.
Venezuela is in South America, which is in the southern, and western hemispheres of the Earth.
Venezuela is a megadiverse country, so there are many animals, most of them are in the South (Amazonian Forest) The national bird is the turpial.
Spanish colonizers named the area Venezuela (little Venice) because coastal homes built on stilts reminded them of Venice, Italy
Venezuela is it's own country meaning that it is not in any country in particular.
Is the best place ever, parties every weekend, great DJ's, parties on the beach, go to the mall, go up the mountain and ice skate, you can go to the tallest water falls in the world, awesome people. Everything in Venezuela is awesome, the only bad thing is that is really unsafe.
The greater Antilles (Cuba, Hispanola, Jamaica and Puerto Rico) and the lesser Antilles ( everything else in the Carribean)
The tropical grasslands in Columbia and Venezuela are called the Llanos. The Llanos flood easily because of there low elevation and the fact they little vegetation
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
Internationally, the country of Venezuela is usually known for: oil, beaches, titles in Beauty Contests, Baseball players, the highes waterfall in the world and the oldest rock formations.
The Atlantic Ocean borders Venezuela as well as the nations of Colombia, Brazil, and Guyana.
The money is called Bolivar, and for each amount of money, it is a different color, but for all of it, they have the same guy on it.
Main resource in Venezuela is petroleum . Other products are steel, aluminium, textiles, apparel, beverages and foodstuffs, cement, tires, paper, fertilizer, cars.
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Venezuela is a country in South America that has beautiful landscape and amazing food. Venezuela is a country that produces produce and coffee. It is an amazing place to visit.