Venezuela Travel Guide

Venezuela Travel Guide

MONEY Currency 1 bolívar fuerte (short: bolívar) = 100 céntimos. Currency abbreviation: Bs.F., VEF (ISO code). Banknotes are available in denominations of 20,000, 10,000, 5,000, 2,000, 1,000, 500 Bs.F. and coins are worth 500, 100, 50, 20 and 10 Bs.F. as well as in 50, 25, 12 1/2, 10, 5 and 1 céntimos in circulation. […]

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Venezuela Overview

Venezuela Overview

GENERAL Official name of the state Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Capital Caracas. Geography As a country located in South America according to ezinereligion, Venezuela borders the Caribbean to the north, Guyana and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Brazil to the south and Colombia to the west and southwest. The country is divided into four […]

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Venezuela Early History

Venezuela Early History

Indigenous peoples As early as 10,000 BC The area of ​​today’s Venezuela was settled. The first hunters and gatherers came here via Central America. From 5000 BC BC the people settled down. Between 500 BC In AD 545 there was the Saladoid culture on the Orinoco plains. From there these people migrated to the Lesser […]

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Venezuela petroleum

Venezuela Economy

  Venezuela – the country of petroleum Venezuela’s economy is largely based on the sale of petroleum. Venezuela is currently the eleventh largest exporter of oil in the world. So other countries are promoting more, and the output has also decreased. But the world’s largest oil reserves are in Venezuela. So oil is probably not […]

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Venezuela Animals

Venezuela Animals and Plants

Animals and plants in Venezuela Many species of animals and plants live in Venezuela. The country is one of the 17 countries in the world, in which together 70 percent of all species in the world can be found. One calls the megadiversity country. The many different landscapes such as coasts, deserts, mountains, rivers and […]

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Venezuela Old History

Venezuela Old History

The “Tierra firme” (mainland), that is the Venezuelan continental area, was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498. The following year it was explored by Ojeda and the Florentine Amerigo Vespucci, who disembarking on the coast of the Maracaibo lagoon, discovered a village indigenous built on stilts and, in memory of the Venetian lagoon city, it […]

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