In the Spanish section is used (Venezuela) to zoom out, such as Plaza: Blazuela, and Kazuo: Kazhoyla. The Martin Fernandez de Enciso, said a member of the team Vespucci and Ojeda, in his book Soma de Giogravia: The people of the region name from the parent of Venezuela, and it is derived from the local word. But Vespucci is the story remains the most common and widely accepted for the origin of the name of the state
GDP: U.S. $ 146.2 billion (est. 2001). Per capita national income: $ 6,100 (est. 2001). Growth rate: 2.7% (est. 2001). Labor force: 9.9 million workers (estimates 1999). Unemployment rate: 14.1% (2001 est.). Inflation: 12.3% (2001 est.). Proportion of people living below poverty line: 67% (est. 1997).
Revenues: $ 21.5 billion. Expenditures: $ 27 billion (est. 2000). External debt: $ 34.5 billion (est. 2000). Exports: $ 29.5 billion (est. 2001). Imports: $ 18.4 billion (2001 est.)
Know the state of oil in South America, the meaning of its name in Spanish (Venice micro) because of the huts that were around Lake Maracaibo when detected with the West Indies and the Spanish colonized Venezuela in the beginning of the century XVI, and the continued colonization with more than three centuries, and has against Spanish rule several revolutions led by Simon Bolivar
Divided into four sections: the first coastal land in the north around the Gulf of Venezuela and Lake Mrakio, and the coastal plains and the Orinoco River Delta. Second, the mountains of Venezuela and constitute a major arc of uplands on the coastal plains and gather where the majority of the population. And the third sections elevation plains of the River Orinoco, known plains Allanos, any territory weed tropical, the most important rivers of Venezuela and its length (1700 miles) and descends the valley toward the north, and the fourth sections topographic heights of Guyana in the south-east, and descend the heights to the north, and the highest mountains up to 2740 meters
Population is concentrated in upland areas, especially in the north, and includes the highlands about 70% of the total population, owing to climatic conditions and soil fertility, and about 10% live around Lake Maracaibo in the river basin Orinniko, and 20% of the population in the areas of the coast, and about a third of the population mix of Spaniards and American Indians, and 70% of the total population of the elements of mestizos, and European minorities, and a small percentage of Negroes, and groups of American Indians, and those in isolated mountain areas