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Banco Venezolano de Crédito print that page

Banco Venezolano de Crédito From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Spanish Wikipedia . (December 2009) Click [show] on the right for instructions. Google | 2011/9/4 9:04:10

Banknotes of the Venezuelan venezolano print that page

It issued only one series of notes, printed by American Bank Note Company. The notes were uniface and of uniform size, 195 × 102 mm. The payment clause reads "Vale por [numeric counter] que se pagarán al portador en Carácas á la presentacíon." 5 venezolanos (P-S326) 10 venezolanos | 2010/9/25 12:38:43

Venezuelan Democratic Party print that page

and removed . (December 2009) Venezuelan Democratic Party ( Spanish : Partido Democrático Venezolano , PDV) was a political party in Venezuela . It was launched in September 1943 by President Isaías Medina Angarita to organize supporters of the government. Its dominant role in the | 2011/4/15 21:13:19

SD Centro Italo Venezolano print that page

The club Centro Ítalo Venezolano (usually called CIV ) is a professional football club promoted to Segunda División in 2009, based in Caracas . [ edit ] Achievements Segunda División Venezolana : 1 Clausura 2009 [ edit ] Current first team squad Note: Flags indicate national | 2011/2/20 22:21:12

Francisco Flores (futbolista venezolano) print that page

Senna began his career with Maximo Viloria FC . After playing for Deportivo Lara previosly called Guaros de Lara FC , he's a club captaincy . [ edit ] External links This biographical article related to Venezuelan football is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it . v | 2010/9/26 14:30:41

Peru national football team print that page


The Peru national football team represents Peru in international football competition and is managed by the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF). The team competes against the other nine members of FIFA 's CONMEBOL conference, which encompasses the countries of South America. The traditional

RCTV print that page


On 27 May 2007, RCTV made headlines when the Government of Venezuela decided not to renew their radio broadcast license for what it said was the station's role in the 2002 coup which briefly overthrew Venezuela's democratically elected government. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] The Supreme Court of Justice

Hugo Chávez print that pageTimeline of Hugo Chávez


Born into a working class family in Sabaneta, Barinas , Chávez became a career military officer, and after becoming dissatisfied with the Venezuelan puntofijismo political system which he viewed as corrupt and undemocratic, he founded the secretive Revolutionary Bolivarian Movement-200

Maracaibo print that page


Maracaibo is nicknamed La Tierra del Sol Amada ("The Beloved Land of the Sun"). Contents 1 Etymology 2 History 2.1 Foundation 2.2 Pirates' Attacks 2.3 Independence era 2.4 Isolation period 2.5 Building of the bridge 2.6 Modern times 2.6.1 Perspective 3 Local

Simón Alberto Consalvi print that page


Being born in Santa Cruz de Mora, a town of the Andean state of Mérida , graduates in Caracas as journalist at the Central University of Venezuela . In the 1950s, is part of the clandestine youth of party Acción Democrática against the dictatorship of Marcos Pérez Jiménez , exiling in