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Venezuelan venezolano print that page

The venezolano was the currency of Venezuela between 1872 and 1879. It was divided into 100 centavos , although the names céntimo and centésimo were also used. Venezolano was also the name of two currencies planned in 1854 and 1865 (see Currency of Venezuela ). Contents 1 History

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Alberto Naranjo print that page

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Platters , Tito Rodríguez , Ornella Vanoni and Pedro Vargas . In 1977 Naranjo founded El Trabuco Venezolano , an orchestra in which he quickly achieved notable success as arranger and leader. The term trabuco comes from Venezuelan baseball slang , where it means an all-stars selection of

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. I print that page

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El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. I From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. I Studio album by El Trabuco Venezolano Released 1977 Recorded 1977 Genre Jazz band , Latin American music Length 39:28 Label

Coins of the Venezuelan venezolano print that page

The Coins of the Venezuelan venezolano circulated between 1874 and 1897. On June 11, 1873, the government ordered subsidiary silver coins of 5, 10, 20, and 50 centésimos de venezolano from Paris. An order for gold coins was placed on September 16, 1874, originally for pieces of 1, 5, 10

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Sentir Venezolano print that page

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Sentir Venezolano From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Sentir Venezolano Studio album by Ángel Custodio Loyola Released 1974 LP Recorded 1974 Genre Folk Label Philips / Polydor Producer Ángel Custodio Loyola Ángel

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. III print that page

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El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. III From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. III Studio album by El Trabuco Venezolano Released 1981 Recorded 1981 Genre Jazz band , Latin American music Length 44:58 Label

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. II print that page

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El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. II From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. II Studio album by El Trabuco Venezolano Released 1979 Recorded 1979 Genre Jazz band , Latin American music Length 44:21 Label

Venezuelan merengue print that page

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The word merengue designates a musical form extended through all the Caribbean. The first occurrences of merengue in print in Venezuela are from scores of “dance merengue” of the second-half of the 19th century . As a dance craze , merengue acquired popularity in Caracas during the 1920s

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. IV print that page

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El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. IV From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. IV Studio album by El Trabuco Venezolano Released 1984 Recorded 1984 Genre Jazz band , Latin American music Length 41:45 Label

Radio Club Venezolano print that page

The Radio Club Venezolano ( RCV ) (in English Radio Club of Venezuela ) is a national non-profit organization for amateur radio enthusiasts in Venezuela . Key membership benefits of RCV include the sponsorship of amateur radio operating awards and radio contests , and a QSL bureau for

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