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Salto Ángel

Salto Ángel (Kerepakupai Vená en Pemón), es el salto de agua más alto del mundo, tiene una altura de 979 metros y 807 metros de caída interrumpida.

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News Releases

Venezuela regrets physical disappearance of the King of Saudi Arabia Abdullah Ben Abdel Aziz Al-Saoud

Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs

El Presidente de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro Moros, en nombre del Gobierno y el pueblo Bolivariano expresa su más profundo pesar por la desaparición física del Rey Abdullah Ben Abdel Aziz Al-Saoud, guía político del Reino de Arabia Saudita y líder reconocido del mundo árabe.

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Bolivarian Government condemns terrorist attack in Lebanon

Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Ministry of Popular Power for Foreign Affairs

The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, on behalf of the Government and the Venezuelan people, strongly condemns the double suicide bombing on Saturday, January 10, 2015 in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, which generated an unfortunate loss human lives and numerous injuries.

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Anniversaries

Monday, May 25th

1577: Foundation of Barinas

The city of Barinas was founded by the Spanish captain Juan Andrés Varela, where today is located the town of Altamira, in Barinas State. Varela called it "Altamira de Cáceres", but soon began to be called Barinas, name that the Indians gave to that region.

1881: The "Gloria al Bravo Pueblo" was adopted as the Venezuelan National Anthem

The then president Antonio Guzman Blanco declared such a patriotic song "Gloria al Bravo Pueblo" as the National Anthem of Venezuela, which was one of many popular songs sung fervently during the events of 1810.

The poet Vicente Salias was the author of the verses of this song and its music is credited to Juan José Landaeta.

Poem of the Day

I am Not Alone

Author: Gabriela Mistral (Chile)

The night, it is deserted
from the mountains to the sea.
But I, the one who rocks you, 
I am not alone!

The sky, it is deserted 
for the moon falls to the sea. 
But I, the one who holds you,
I am not alone !

The world, it is deserted. 
All flesh is sad you see. 
But I, the one who hugs you, 
I am not alone!

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