how should i dacorate my venezuela project poster board?
also can u translate this into spanish
1.christmas day, new years day, carnival, and holy week
2.what is a type of food venezuelans eat, and give me english and spanish version
3. how do u say cash in spanish
4.what is a historical fact about venezuela
5. what are 2 interesting facts about venezuela
6. what is one important artist from the country
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
1. NAVIDAD. ANO NUEVO, CARNAVAL, SEMANA SANTA
2. Pabellon - stewed and shredded meat accompanied by rice, black beans, and banana
Hallaca - a traditional Christmas dish.
Cachapa - a type of sweet corn pancake served with cheese.
Arepas - a type of round cornmeal biscuit
4.Although Columbus is said to have "discovered" Venezuela in 1498, the region was already home to thousands of indigenous Indians. Spanish exploration became important in the 1520s as the Europeans quested for gold and other precious items. Caracas was founded in 1567 and, helped by African slave labor, the area became an agricultural center for both cocoa and wheat. By the end of the 18th century, the country was chafing under Spanish rule and after fairly destructive wars of independence, the goal was achieved in 1821. The country federated with New Granada and Ecuador but it was short-lived and Venezuela was declared an independent republic in 1830. Periods of instability occurred during the latter half of the 19th century as military control waxed and waned. Between 1908 and 1935, the country was controlled by General Juan Vincente Gomez. Over the next decades, power shifted from military to non-military leaders and back again. In 1958, multiparty democracy took hold and, despite problems centering on foreign debt and other economic issues, the country has remained under civilian control. Challenges occurred, however, such as an attempted military coup in 1992 which would have brought down Latin America's longest-lived civilian government; antigovernment rioting linked to an austerity plan in 1996; and more recently, the worldwide economic crunch of 1998.
5. The most powerful electric eel is found in the rivers of Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, and Peru, and produces a shock of 400-650 volts.
6. ricardo montaner
- Martha PLv 71 decade ago
1. Día de Navidad, Año Nuevo, Carnaval, Semana Santa
2. This should be answered by somebody from Venezuela.
3. cash = efectivo, dinero contante
(to cash = cobrar, hacer efectivo)
4. A former Spanish colony, Venezuela is a federal republic. Historically, Venezuela has had territorial disputes with Guyana, largely concerning the Essequibo area, and with Colombia concerning the Gulf of Venezuela. Today, Venezuela is known widely for its petroleum industry, the environmental diversity of its territory, and its natural features. Christopher Columbus, upon seeing its eastern coast in 1498, referred to Venezuela as "Tierra de Gracia" ("Land of Grace"), which has become the country’s nickname.
5. The name "Venezuela" is believed to have originated from the cartographer Amerigo Vespucci who, together with Alonso de Ojeda, led a 1499 naval expedition along the northwestern coast's Gulf of Venezuela. On reaching the Guajira Peninsula, the crew observed the distinctive stilt villages (palafitos) that the indigenous Añu people had built over the water. This reminded Vespucci of the city of Venice (Venezia in Italian), so he named the region "Veneziela".
Alternatively, the Spanish geographer Martín Fernández de Enciso, a member of Vespucci and de Ojeda's crew, states in his work Summa de Geografía that the indigenous population they found were called "Veneciuela", suggesting that the name "Venezuela" may have evolved from a native word. The Vespucci story, however, remains the most popular and accepted version of the origin of the country's name.
Jesus-Rafael Soto 1923-2005 Painter/Installation Artist
Marisol Born 1930 Sculptor
Arturo Herrera Born 1959 Painter
Jose Antonio Hernandez-Diez Born 1964 SculptorSource(s): MT