Venezuela Caracas

Liquiliquis are worn by men on formal or special occasions. Traditional clothing for women consists of brightly colored full-length and a blouse that is cut just below the shoulders with a ruffle across the chest. Both men and women wear Western-styled clothing for everyday wear. Apargatas are the traditional Venezuelan footwear
Venezuela is a lot warmer than America
The current Venezuelan Flag

A horizontal tricolor of yellow, blue, and red with the National Coat of Arms in the top left hand corner of the yellow band. It has an arc of 8 white 5 pointed stars centered on the blue band. Yellow is for the nation's wealth, blue for the ocean separating Venezuela from Spain, and red for the blood and courage of the people.

The one to the left is the current/new Coat of Arms, the one on the right is the old Coat of Arms.

The shield is divided in the colors of the national flag. In the dexter chief, on a red field, wheat represents the union of the 20 states of the republic existing at the time of wealth of the nation. In sinister chief, on a yellow field, weapons and 2 national flags are tied by a branch of laurel, as a symbol of triumph in war. In base a deep blue field, a wild white horse, runs free, an emblem of independence and freedom. Above the field are 2 crossed cornucopias, pouring out wealth, the shield is flanked by an olive branch and another of a palm, both tied at the bottom of the coat with a large band That represents the national tricolor, with golden letters on the blue stripe.

The population of venezuela has risen over the years, but its still not a lot of people. Venezuela's population is 30.41 million
1 VEF is equal to 0.100150 USD. 1 USD is equal to 9.99005 VEF
President Nicolás Maduro

Nicholás Maduro Moros, more commonly known as Nicholás Maduro, is a Venezuelan politician who has been the 65th President of Venezuela since 201.

Pabellión criollo is a traditional Venezuelan dish, the local version of the rice and beans combination found throughout the Caribbean. It is a plate of rice, shredded beef in stew and stewed black beans that is considered by many to be the national Venezuelan dish. Common additions include tajadas (fried plantain slices) or a fried egg. Both of these variants have acquired slang names. A pabellón con barandas (baranda is Spanish for guard rail) is served with tajadas because the long plantain slices placed on the sides are humorously considered to be keeping the food from falling off from the plate.

In Venezuela, the term Quesillo refers to a type of dessert made with eggs, condensed milk, and caramelized sugar. The Venezuelan Quesillo is similar to the French-Spanish pastry well known in the West, Crème Caramel. It is sweet and jelly-like, with a distinctive taste (not entirely like Crème Caramel).

Fried plantain is a dish cooked wherever plantains grow, from Latin America through West Africa to East Africa, and in many parts of Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, where fried snacks (called gorengan) are widely popular. It is called alloco in Côte d'Ivoire and dodo in Western Nigeria otherwise known as simply fried plantain in other parts of Nigeria. Kelewele is a fried spicy plantain or can be fried as a side dish for Red Red bean and fish stew in Ghana.

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