Ruby Rivera World Geography 11-09-14
Why should you go to Venezula?
Their are many types of combinations of trips human, physical, cultural, recreational and educative experiences.Venezuela is located at the Northernmost tip of South America, covering an area of 916,445 km 2, approximately the size of the province of Ontario in Canada, or twice the size of California. You can find about any kind of environment in Venezuela, from idyllic beaches and mangroves on the Caribbean coast to dense jungle in the Amazons and the Coastal Range, sand dunes in the Coro Peninsula, mystic tepuis in the Gran Sabana, plains and permanent glaciers in Merida state.
Most of the people believe in the Religion Roman Catholic.
Languages in Venezuela
The way you say hello in Spanish "hola".
Customs and Traditions
Festivals in Venezuela bring color and fun to the country and lets the Venezuelans enjoy their culture and heritage. Festivals of Venezuela are celebrated in a grand way by the Venezuelans with high spirit. The country is well decorated and lit up. People spend their holidays during the Festival in Venezuela, with their family and friends. Important Venezuelan Festivals
- The Procession of the Holy Shepherdess
- Carnival in Venezuela
- La Paradura del Nino
- Drumming Feast of St. John
- May Cross Celebrations
They celebrate a lot of holiday such as New years Eve, New year, some saints days, Christmas, Holy week Easter and many more.
Music and Dance of Venezuela
Food of Venezuela
They do agriculture, industries, and services. They export oil, and work the lands.they also have services such as transportation. More than half of Venezuela's labor force is incorporated into the service sector of the economy, while less than 40 percent of the population is dedicated either to agricultural or industrial production. Venezuela has quite a diversified industrial sector, largely due to its reinvestment of oil resources. The first type of industry are the oil refineries and petrochemical plants themselves.
The Independence of Venezuela
Day of Indigenous Resistance Previously, in Venezuela the holiday was called Día de la Raza, commemorating the arrival of Christopher Columbus to the Americas. Now honors the heroes of the anti-Spanish resistance of the indigenous peoples of Venezuela.
Aniversario del fundacion del Caracas City Foundation Day
Honors the 1567 foundation of the national capital