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RCTV print that page

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30 pm. RCTV was the third television network to begin operations in Venezuela after Televisora Nacional and Televisa , seen on channels five and four, respectively, and the second commercial network after Televisa. [ 1 ] On 8 October, during RCTV's testing phase, the inaugural game of the

Peru national football team print that page

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white-and-red"). [ 3 ] Founded in 1927, the team plays its home matches primarily at the Estadio Nacional in Lima . The team's players' ethnicities reflect of the multicultural society of Peru. [ 4 ] Peru has won the Copa América twice , and qualified for four FIFA World Cup tournaments

Hugo Chávez print that pageTimeline of Hugo Chávez

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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

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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

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 ]

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became a member of the Venezuelan Academy of History, and started a Sunday column at the daily El Nacional . Since 2005, he has been in charge of the Venezuelan Biographical Library (Biblioteca Biográfica Venezolana) a series of biographies of Venezuelans published by El Nacional . In this

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

Antonio Lauro print that pageTimeline of Antonio Lauro

s Wigmore Hall . Shortly before his death at Caracas in 1986, he was presented with the Premio Nacional de Música , his country's highest artistic award. [ edit ] Popular Works Seis por derecho : a joropo , subtitled "al estilo del arpa venezolana" ("in the style of the Venezuelan harp

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Armando Reverón print that pageTimeline of Armando Reverón

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During this time he met a young painter, César Prieto, who convinced him to enroll in the Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes , directed then by Emilio Mauri, in order to begin his formal artistic training. At the Academy he studied under Antonio Herrera Toro, Emilio Mauri and Pedro Zerpa.

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of the Venezuelan economy. He was even co-founder of the "Casa de Italia" and the "Centro Italo Venezolano " of Caracas, and participated in many other associations for the health and social assistance of the Italians with low level income. He even promoted the diffusion of the Italian language