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*  Miguel Pérez Carreño
He founded the Venezuelan Society of Surgery and the Department of Research and Experimental Surgery of the Clinical Chair and ... In Venezuela he did a series of interventions including pasacro nerve resection in the treatment of pelvic neuralgia, resection ... He was born in Valencia, Carabobo (Venezuela) on September 28, 1904 and died in Caracas on June 22, 1966). He was the son of ... Venezuela tuya.com. "Miguel Pérez Carreño". Retrieved 12 June 2012. Johanna, Rodríguez R. "Dr. Miguel Pérez Carreño: Un ...
*  Colombia national under-20 football team
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*  Colombia-Japan relations
In 1996 Japan became the third focus of Colombian imports after the United States and Venezuela with some US$722.5 million (5.6 ...
*  Health care in Colombia
Other diseases such as Leishmania, rabies, Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus and West nile virus are also present in ...
*  Protographium leucaspis
... western Venezuela (Tachira), Colombia) Frons entirely brownish black; abdomen yellowish beneath; the wings with ...
*  Venezuela
... the Venezuelan Navy, the Venezuelan Air Force, the Venezuelan National Guard, and the Venezuelan National Militia. As of 2008[ ... in English) Venezuela at UCB Libraries GovPubs (in English) Venezuela at Curlie (based on DMOZ) (in English) Venezuela from the ... Venezuela portal Latin America portal Index of Venezuela-related articles Outline of Venezuela "Resultado Básico del XIV Censo ... which is the age of majority in Venezuela. Venezuela was the most murderous place on Earth in 2015. In Venezuela, a person is ...
*  Barcelona, Venezuela
In Venezuela a series of Junta governments took authority in the name of the deposed King Ferdinand after 19 April 1810, that ... This house looks exactly the Venezuelan colonial era, when the house was built. In the past this house had access to the Neverí ... Together with Puerto La Cruz, Lecheria and Guanta, Barcelona forms one of the most important urban areas of Venezuela with a ... Once a five-star hotel that hosted a summit between Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro, it ...
*  Come Venezuela
... (Spanish: Vente Venezuela) is a political movement in Venezuela. Headquartered in the city of Caracas. It has ... According to Come Venezuela, the group "appeals to the principles of democrats and republicans" and "breaks from the ... ". "Nuestros ideales". Vente Venezuela. Retrieved 8 October 2014. Official website. ...
*  Venezuela Heroica
... : Cuadros históricos is a Venezuelan novel. It was written by Eduardo Blanco and published in 1881, with an ... Venezuela heroica is structured in five vignettes that depict the main battles and heroes of the Venezuelan War of Independence ... All the critics and historians of Venezuelan literature agree that Venezuela Heroica is a work with clear romantic ... Sitio de Valencia de Venezuela, Maturín, La invasión de los Seiscientos, La Casa Fuerte, San Félix and Matasiete. Venezuela ...
*  Coro, Venezuela
It was then in the port of La Vela de Coro, which was raised for the first in Venezuela. During the beginning of the Venezuelan ... Coro is the capital of Falcón State and the oldest city in the west of Venezuela. It was founded on July 26, 1527 by Juan de ... It is one of the few examples of colonial architecture in the form of a cross in Venezuela. Casa del Tesoro Mansion built in ... In the extreme northeast of the city are the Médanos de Coro National Park, large dunes that are the only desert in Venezuela. ...
*  Chimire, Venezuela
Chimire is located on a road that leads to Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela. The cliffs are a tourist destination. The area has an ... Coordinates: 9°11′49″N 66°00′32″W / 9.197°N 66.009°W / 9.197; -66.009 Chimire, Venezuela, often referred to as the Chimire ... Alexander von Humboldt speculated that a sea platform covered the landmass of Venezuela to Paraguay during the lower and upper ... The geographer Paul Kamen Key Vila said a large river existed in north-central Venezuela during the Cretaceous periods. Chimire ...
*  Amalda venezuela
... is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Olividae, the olives. Weisbord, N. E. 1962 ... Amalda venezuela Weisbord, 1962. Retrieved through: World Register of Marine Species on 28 April 2010.. ... Late Cenozoic gastropods from northern Venezuela. Bulletins of American Paleontology 42(193):1-672, 48 pls.. World Register of ...
*  Plaza Venezuela
... (Venezuela Square in Spanish) is a public square located in Caracas, Venezuela. It was inaugurated in 1940 and ... "Plaza Venezuela" (in Spanish). PDVSA La Estancia. Retrieved 22 August 2014. Coordinates: 10°29′49″N 66°53′10″W / 10.497°N ...
*  Punto (Venezuela)
Venezuelan music Luis Felipe Ramón y Rivera. La Música Folklórica de Venezuela. Monte Ávila, 1976.. ... The punto is a musical genre typical of eastern Venezuela. It is also called punto y llanto, punto cruzado, punto fuerte and ...
*  Barlovento, Venezuela
It was discovered by a poacher in 1934 and explored on 9 March 1952 by the Venezuelan Society of Natural Sciences. Many rivers ... Barlovento is the region of Venezuela that is particularly known for this African influence as it was an area, especially the ... Nichols E. and Morse K. Venezuela ABC-CLIO, 2010 p. 177. ISBN 1598845691 Ihrie M. and Oropesa S. (Ed.) World Literature in ... Between 1576 and 1810 about 500,000 African people were brought to Venezuela in the slave trade. In Barlovento, the slaves were ...
*  Tupamaro (Venezuela)
"The Tupamaro Gang of Venezuela". National Gang Crime Research Center. Retrieved 9 March 2015. "Venezuela's Tupamaros on the ... It was alleged that during the 2014-15 Venezuelan protests, Tupamaros worked with the Venezuelan National Guard to attack ... Near the conclusion of the 2012 Venezuelan presidential election, Tupamaros leader Alberto Carías stated that if the Venezuelan ... "Venezuela: Así actúan Tupamaros con protección del chavismo [Video]". Peru 21. 22 February 2014. Retrieved 8 May 2014. ...
*  Copa Venezuela
The Copa Venezuela (English: Venezuela Cup) is the national cup football competition of Venezuela. Organized by the Venezuelan ...
*  Aguirre, Venezuela
Aguirre is a little village in the municipality of Bejuma in Carabobo state, Venezuela. This village is very religious and is ... Google (30 Mar 2016). "Aguirre, Montalban, Carabobo, Venezuela" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 30 Mar 2016. Imagenes y ...
*  Venezuela (album)
Venezuela is the name of a 33-RPM LP album by Venezuelan composer/arranger/conductor Aldemaro Romero, released in 1958, under ... This album was part of a very successful series of records, featuring Venezuelan folk pieces, starting in 1955 with Dinner in ...
*  Potosi, Venezuela
Potosí was a Venezuelan town in the western state of Táchira. The town was deliberately flooded by the Venezuelan government in ... The then-president of Venezuela, Carlos Andres Perez, flew in by helicopter and announced that the town was to be evacuated and ... "Venezuelan drought reveals a long-submerged town , Green Business , Reuters". Uk.reuters.com. 2010-02-24. Retrieved 2010-02-28 ... "Potosi, Venezuela: Drought Reveals Buried Town.." Gather. 2010-01-30. Retrieved 2010-02-28. "Drought Uncovers City Submerged ...
*  Cuatro (Venezuela)
Dominic Thompson News and Videos about Venezuelan Cuatro Material and HD Videos for learning to play Venezuelan Cuatro " ... "Instrumentos Musicales de Venezuela: Cuatro". Diccionario Multimedia de Historia de Venezuela. Fundación Polar. Fredy Reyna: ... The cuatro of Venezuela has four single nylon strings, tuned (ad'f#'b). It is similar in shape and tuning to the ukulele, but ... Most of Venezuelan folkloric music relies on the cuatro as its rhythmic and harmonic base. It is used in most genres of the ...
*  Lapy (Venezuela)
At the Venezuelan parliamentary election, 2000, the party won 3 out of 165 seats in the National Assembly of Venezuela.. ... Lapy is a political party in Venezuela. ...
*  Venezuela (disambiguation)
Venezuela is a country in South America. Venezuela may also refer to: First Republic of Venezuela, the first independent ... Argentina Venezuela (Pueblo), Río Piedras, Puerto Rico Venezuela (album), a 1958 album by Aldemaro Romero Venezuela (song), a ... Fifth Republic of Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, 1999-Uptodate Venezuela, Cuba, municipality in Ciego de Ávila ... government of Venezuela Second Republic of Venezuela, republic founded by Simón Bolívar in 1813 Third Republic of Venezuela, ...
*  Venezuela (Pueblo)
Venezuela is a sector in Río Piedras Pueblo. Coordinates: 18°23′38″N 66°03′10″W / 18.3938774°N 66.0526930°W / 18.3938774; - ...
*  Venezuela, Cuba
Venezuela (Spanish pronunciation: [beneˈswela]) is a municipality and town in the Ciego de Ávila Province of Cuba. It is ... In 2004, the municipality of Venezuela had a population of 27,333. With a total area of 716 km2 (276 sq mi), it has a ... Media related to Venezuela, Cuba at Wikimedia Commons. ... population density of 38.2/km2 (99/sq mi). Venezuela Municipal ...