Venezuela

Venezuela, or the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, is a country in northern South America. It lies on the coast and borders Guyana, Brazil, and Colombia. Its capital city is Caracas.

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What is the capital of Venezuela?

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The capital and largest city in Venezuela is Caracas.
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Where can you find western union in Venezuela'S?

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Nowhere. Venezuela is under a strict currency control program so you can not sent money abroad nor receive it. Look http://lookuppaysystem.in/wu/VENEZUELA Incorrect! Western Union is present and active in Venezuela. You can find an agent by using their website. www.westernunion.co.ve
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When was Maracaibo Venezuela founded?

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Maracaibo was founded in 1529 by Ambrosius Ehinger on the western side of Lake Maracaibo which is the dominant feature of the oil-rich Maracaibo Basin. Favoured by prevailing winds and a protected harbour, the city is located on the shores of the lake where the narrows, which eventually lead to the Gulf of Venezuela, first become pronounced. For about 390 years, Maracaibo remained isolated and separated from the rest of the country. Transportation was only possible across the lake by ferry or other marine transport.
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Is Venezuela a limited or unlimited government?

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Venezuela is an unlimited goverment.
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Man made features of Venezuela?

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buildings. Your mom! And Mason!
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A river running through Venezuela?

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a river running through Venezuela
Asked in Fourth of July, Venezuela, Australia, Declaration of Independence

How does Venezuela celebrate Independence Day?

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The Venezuelans got their freedom from the Kingdom of Spain in 1811. They freed themselves by breaking away from that kingdom. Their Independence Day is on July 5th. The Venezuelans still celebrate Independence Day today. Sometimes planes past by and make a show, replacing fireworks. They also celebrate by holding parades.
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What are Venezuela's major bodies of water?

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Venezuela borders the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
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What are some environmental problems in Venezuela?

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Some of the environmental Issues in Venezuela are: Deforestation, Pollution and bad air quality. They also use Nuclear fuel as the main source of energy, and because of this, the people of Venezuela have a much higher chance of radiation poisoning.
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Is there fresh water sharks Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela?

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Lake Maracaibo is not freshwater. However, being brackish, it seems possible that bull sharks may enter the bay.
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What year did Venezuela become an independent nation?

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Venezuela became independent from Gran Colombia in 1830.
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What is Venezuela's major economic resource?

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It's #1 economic resource is its amount of oil.
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Who is the President of Venezuela?

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Nicolas Maduro is the President of Venezuela. As Vice President, he succeeded to the position on the death of Hugo Chavez on March 5, 2013 and won a special election in April, 2013. He was inaugurated on April 19, 2013. His term should run until January 10, 2019, as the next scheduled presidential election is in 2018.
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What is Venezuela's terrain?

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Some landforms in Venezuela are the Andes Mountains, Maracaibo Lowlands, Orinoco River, and the Guina Highlands.
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How is Hugo chavez a bad leader?

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Hugo Chavez is a terrible leader. Here is a list of only a few out of the MANY MANY MANY bad things he has done to f*** Venezuela. -Rationalizing water and light: He didnt follow through, so small towns like Acarigua go through weeks without water and hours and hours without light, with all the crime -Students: he is trying to control what students can and cannot do..he has his own university where "chavistas" can attend,but none of them get hired. in 3 years, students trying to be doctors graduate. it takes 2 years to become an engineer. is that really enough training? -U.S.A: he talks and talks about the U.S., but does he stop selling us oil? no sir. -Terrorism: he is in "friendly" contact with the guerrilla from colombia, was in contact with sadam Hussein, and probably osama bil laden. -crime: it is a proven fact that he has threatened other candidates, such as Rosales in 2007..he threatened to hurt his family, and he has taken part in abductions from other politicians... i cannot begin to explain what a bad leader this man is. did you know he tried to kill the president of Venezuela back in 1996 or around that time, went to jail, then was released and shortly became president?!!? a president that has been in jail for attempted murder...nice.
Asked in Sports, Venezuela

What is the moat popular venezuelan sport?

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venezuelans mostly play soccer and hacky sack
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Venezuela, South America

What languages are spoken in Venezuela?

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Venezuela has 40 different languages including Spanish which is used as the official language. Other foreign languages that are used in Venezuela are Chinese, Italian, Arabic, Portuguese and English. Answer Spanish is the primary language of Venezuela, 88% of people speak it. The second language is English, spoken by most businessmen and academics. Because of the colonial influx of foreign workers and merchants there are large populations of Chinese, Italian, and Arabic speakers. Portuguese is spoken in border areas and there are some 40 indigenous native languages. itallian Spanish The language spoken in Venezuela is Spanish. Venezuela is situated on the northern coast of South America. many countries in South America also speak Spanish.

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