Venezuela's Views On Venezuela

1128 WordsJan 11, 20165 Pages
Some people will never experience a culture, other than their own. If, one does, there are many to choose from. One choice is Venezuela, Venezuela appear to be a county that is filled with people who hold storing and are proud of their county and their heritage. This essay on Venezuela will be inclusive of, customs, taboos, superstitions, values, language, education, religion, traditions, holidays, and ways of celebrate LOCATION, SIZE, AND EXTENT Venezuela, located on the northern coast of South America. “Venezuela is slightly more than twice the size of the state of California. “Venezuela claims more than 130,000 sq. km (50,000 sq. mi) of territory west of the Essequibo River in Guyana, an area which constitutes about three-fifths of…show more content…
In the subtropical region, where Caracas is situated, the means range from 10° to 25°c (50° to 77°f). In January, in Caracas, the average minimum and maximum temperatures are 15°c (59°f) and 26°c (79°f), respectively; the range in July is 17–26°c (63–79°f). During the wet season (May to October), the llanos and forest areas are swampy, green, and lush. Upon the advent of the dry season, the same areas become dry, brown, and parched. There is perpetual snow on several peaks of the Cordillera de Mérida” POPULATION In 2005, the United Nations (UN) estimated that the population of Venezuela was approximately 26,749,000, placing the country at 42nd in population, of the 193 world nations. Historic MIGRATION At one point of Venezuela, encouraged immigration, with the hope that it would contrite to the rise of the nation’s food production levels. For decades directly before and after the 2nd world war, nearly 500, 00 Europeans, inclusive, of Spanish, Portuguese’s, and Italians, migrated to Venezuela LANGUAGES The official Language of Venezuela is Spanish, which is mostly standardized among those who live in cities. There are indigenous dialect that are spoke through the county. RELIGIONS It is estimated that 70 percent of the population is Roman Catholic, 29 percent are practicing Prostosents, and approximately 1 percent identify as atheists, Muslims, Jewish of African, and indigenous beliefs. Venezuelan Pride Venezuelans take great pride in their
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