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History of the Peru national football team print that page

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The history of the Peru national football team dates back to the late 19th century, when English sailors and Peruvian travelers returning from England introduced the sport into Peru. It would take the early 20th century, in the year 1927 , for Peru to finally create their first official national

Caracas print that page

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At the time of its founding, more than four hundred years ago, the valley of Caracas was populated by indigenous peoples. Francisco Fajardo , the son of a Spanish captain and a Guaiqueri cacica , attempted to establish a plantation in the valley in 1562 after founding a series of coastal

Afro-Latin American print that page

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2nd row: Celia Cruz • Rafael Cordero • Edwidge Danticat • Nicolás Guillén • Omara Portuondo 3rd row: Jean Baptiste Point du Sable • Susana Baca • Machado de Assis • Piedad Córdoba • Abdias do Nascimento 4th row: Michaëlle Jean • Robinho • Adriana Lima •

Venezuelan presidential election, 2006 print that page

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The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela held presidential elections on 3 December 2006, to choose a president for the six-year term to begin on 10 January 2007. With 98.29% of the polling stations counted, incumbent president Hugo Chávez was re-elected with 62.87% of the votes. [ 1 ]

Francisco de Miranda print that pageTimeline of Francisco de Miranda

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Sebastian Francisco de Miranda was born in Caracas , Venezuela. His father, Sebastian de Miranda Ravelo, was a wealthy merchant from the Canary Islands, and his mother, Francisca Antonia Rodríguez de Espinoza, was a wealthy Venezuelan . Growing up, Miranda enjoyed a wealthy upbringing, attending

Caracas Fútbol Club print that page

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They are nicknamed Los Rojos del Ávila , or the "Reds from Ávila". This refers to their red jerseys as well as Cerro El Ávila , a mountain near Caracas. Contents 1 History 1.1 Early Years 1.2 Turmoil in the First Division 1.3 Success in the First Division 2 Colors and

Deportivo Táchira Fútbol Club print that page

In 1970 , Italian -born Gaetano Greco founded in San Cristóbal an amateur club called Juventus, named after the famous Italian club . In 1974 , Greco noticed that there was no professional football club in Táchira , so he decided to start a club based on the amateur Juventus club. On 11

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Armando Reverón print that pageTimeline of Armando Reverón

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Born in Caracas , Reverón was raised in Valencia by a family of Canarian origin, the Rodríguez-Zucca's, who took care of him during his early childhood and sent him to the local Salesian school after his parents separated. His maternal uncle, Ricardo Montilla, who studied art in New York

Antonio Lauro print that pageTimeline of Antonio Lauro

Venezuelan harp"), is an extraordinary version of this energetic regional dance. Like the vals venezolano , the joropo makes extensive use of a hemiola , in this case an alternation of 6/8 and ¾. The title of this work comes from the llaneros (inhabitants of the Venezuelan llanos or plains

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José Núñez de Cáceres print that page

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José Núñez de Cáceres y Albor was born on March 14, 1772 or 1779, in Santo Domingo. He was the son of Francisco Nuñez and Maria Albor. His mother died a few days after of his birth. He was raised by his aunt Maria Nuñez. Since his childhood, Núñez de Cáceres showed great love for the