Both Venezuelan men and women wear Western-styled clothing for everyday wear. However for formal events, such as weddings and festivals, the men wear a traditional outfit called the Liquiliqui. This can be made of cotton, linen, gabardine or even wool. The outfit is an all-white suit with trousers and a jacket with a high Nehru collar closed with chained links.
Apargatas are the traditional Venezuelan footwear. They are open-toed sandals with rubber or leather soles and black or brown yarn on the top. A llanero hat is a popular accessory.
Women wear bright dresses. The blouse has a lace band or cloth ruffle across the chest. The traditional female look is completed with a ponytail pulled to the side of the head and a hibiscus flower behind the ear.
The coastal regions on the Caribbean feel balmiest, and the lowland areas also enjoy a tropical climate. It depends on the altitude.
Mostly temperate, but tropical in Hawaii and Florida, arctic in Alaska, hot in the great plains west of the Mississippi River. It can also depend on the season. We *ahem* don't want to mention Utah.
The colors of the flag are based on primary color theory. The yellow signifies wealth, the blue signifies courage, and the red signifies independence from Spain. The seven stars represent the provinces of Venezuela. ---world atlas
Foods they eat include corn, rice, yams, beans and several meats. Potatoes, tomatoes, onions, eggplants, squashes, spinach and zucchini are also common sides in the Venezuelan diet. ---Wikipedia
Live statistics for population of Venezuela. Current population (estimated population data for veinte diecisiete) and historical data for over cincuenta past years. ---country meters
Their money is called Bolivàr. Uno Venezuelan Bolívar equals cero.diez US dollar.