☀Venezuela Facts: True and Interesting Facts About  Venezuela ☀Venezuela Facts: True and Interesting Facts About  Venezuela
Venezuela is blessed with wonderful, miscellaneous geography. It has marshlands, mountains, Caribbean islands, rivers, glaciers, deserts, highlands, grasslands, canyons, mesas, forests, and jungles. Let’s... ☀Venezuela Facts: True and Interesting Facts About  Venezuela

Venezuela is blessed with wonderful, miscellaneous geography. It has marshlands, mountains, Caribbean islands, rivers, glaciers, deserts, highlands, grasslands, canyons, mesas, forests, and jungles. Let’s have a look at miscellaneous Veneziola facts to uncover the miscellaneous of this country.

☀ The name of Venezuela comes from the Italian word “Veneziola”.

☀ Venezuela is the 33rd largest country in the world with a total area of 916,445 square kilometers.

☀ Venezuela is located in northern South America on the coast.

☀ The official language of Venezuela is Spanish.

☀ The official currency of Venezuela is the Bolivar Fuerte.

☀ Other exports of Venezuela include aluminum, steel, cement, and agriculture products.

☀ Venezuela has two weather seasons, the hot and wet season and the hot and dry season.

☀ Venezuela is home to one of the largest national parks in the world, namely Canaima National Park, which is located in Venezuela.

Venezuela is home to one of the largest national parks in the world. jpeg

☀ Venezuela has six times Miss Universe winner and five times Miss World.

☀ The Joropo is the national dance of the country.

☀ Baseball is the most popular sport in Venezuela.

☀ Christopher Columbus was the first European to find the Venezuelan.

☀ 96% of the public of Venezuela are Roman Catholic.

☀ The country’s unemployment rate is around 8.1%.

☀ The official name of the country is the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

☀ Venezuela is divided into 23 states.

Venezuela is divided into 23 states

☀ Venezuela shares a land border with Guyana to the east, Colombia to the west, and Brazil to the south.

☀ Angel Falls, the worlds tallest waterfall is located in Venezuela.

☀ A type of small guitar named the cuatro is the national instrument of Venezuela.

☀ ‘Arepas’ is the national dish of Venezuela.

☀ A famous drink in Venezuela is ‘chicha Andina’, which made from rice or corn flour.

☀ Canaima National Park is the world’s sixth largest national park with an area of 30,000 square kilometers.

☀ Mothers have to carry their children’s birth certificate for buying baby products in Venezuela.

☀ Coke Zero was banned in Venezuela in 2009.

☀ The total population of Venezuela is 1,304,016 as of July 2017.

☀ Venezuela gained independence from Spain in July 1811.

☀ Capybara, the world’s largest rodent, which is found in the grassy plains of Venezuela.

Capybara, the world’s largest rodent, which is found in the grassy plains of Venezuela.

☀ The world’s highest waterfall is Angel Falls, which is located in Venezuela.

☀ Venezuela became the first country to do away with the death penalty in 1863.

☀ Venezuela is 7th country in the world with the highest number of species.

☀ Venezuela ‘s furthermost latest constitution was adopted in 1999.

☀ Over 25,000 species of orchids can be found in Venezuela.

☀ There are over 1,400 bird species found in Venezuela.

☀ Lake Maracaibo is the largest and oldest lake, located in Venezuela.

☀ Venezuela’s gas prices are the cheapest in the world because of its oil reserves.

☀ Venezuela is home to one of the 17 most biodiverse countries on the planet.

☀ Over 3,900 species of fungi have been discovered in Venezuela.

☀ The capital city of Venezuela is Caracas.

The capital city of Venezuela is Caracas.

☀ Venezuela is the eighth largest natural gas reserves.

☀ The Guri Dam is the world’s largest, which produces all the hydroelectric power the country relies upon.

☀ Venezuela was the most murderous place on Earth in 2015, where one person was murdered every 21 minutes.

☀  Venezuela had the world’s highest inflation rate in 2015 with over 141%.

Venezuela had the world's highest inflation rate in 2015 with over 141%.

☀Venezuela Facts: True and Interesting Facts About  Venezuela
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