Venezuela - translation to french
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Venezuela - translation to french

ISO 3166-1:VE; Venezeula; Venezuala; Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela; VENEZULEA; VEN; Venezula; Republica de Venezuela; Republica de venezuela; Venecuela; Venzuela; Venizuela; Venuzeula; Name of Venezuela; Venazeula; Venzauela; República Bolivariana de Venezuela; Venezuelan; Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of; V'zuela; The Bolivarian Republic Of Venezuela; Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela; Etymology of Venezuela; Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of); Benezuela; Venezuela, RB; Bolivaria; Biodiversity in Venezuela; Venesuela; Wildlife of Venezuela; Bolivarian Venezuela
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  • [[Antonio Herrera Toro]], self portrait 1880
  • Sabana Grande]] district, [[Caracas]] (1973)
  • impeached]] on corruption charges in 1993.
  • Spanish colonial architecture]] in Venezuela.
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  • Lula da Silva]] of Brazil
  • Corrupt Venezuelan Regime]]'', according to the [[United States Department of Justice]]
  • Mariano Montilla Barracks, La Victoria, [[Aragua State]]
  • troupial (Icterus icterus)]],
  • [[Nicolás Maduro]] with Brazilian President [[Dilma Rousseff]] at the 48th [[Mercosur]] Summit in Brazil in 2015.
  • Empty shelves in a store in Venezuela due to shortages in 2014
  • Flag of Venezuela between 1954 and 2006.
  • Los Roques]] Archipiélago, [[Caribbean Sea]]
  • University Hospital, [[Central University of Venezuela]]
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  • The ''joropo'', as depicted in a 1912 drawing by [[Eloy Palacios]]
  • Mérida State]]
  • Los Llanos, [[Apure state]]
  • [[Valencia Lake]], formerly praised by [[Alexander von Humboldt]] for its beauty, is massively polluted due to the countless sewage systems pouring residuals.<ref>Jafé, Espiño, Benítez, Gardinali (1995): Pollution chronology of Lake Valencia, Venezuela. Springer Verlag. New York Inc.</ref>
  • building]]
  • Map of the Venezuelan federation
  • Líder Mall, one of the main [[shopping centers]] in [[Caracas]]
  • [[Caracas Metro]] in Los Jardines Station
  • The signing of Venezuela's independence, by [[Martín Tovar y Tovar]].
  • Falcón State]], Venezuela.
  • Table where the [[Puntofijo Pact]] was signed on 31 October 1958
  • The German [[Welser]] Armada exploring Venezuela.
  • A map of world [[oil reserves]] according to OPEC, 2013. Venezuela has the world's largest oil reserves.
  • The Venezuelan Academy of Language studies the development of the Spanish in the country.
  • Mochima National Park
  • [[Petroglyphs]] at Vigirima, [[Carabobo state]]
  • La Casona presidential residence in Caracas, now a [[museum]].
  • [[Rómulo Betancourt]] (president 1945–1948 / 1959–1964), one of the major democracy leaders of Venezuela.
  • Ángel falls]] one of Venezuela's top tourist attractions, the world highest waterfall
  • Crocodile in Hato El Cedral in [[Apure State]]
  • ''El Libertador'', [[Simón Bolívar]].
  • Map showing the proportion of the Venezuelan Population which has the Spanish Nationality or people who are residing in Venezuela which are declared as Spanish or people with declared Iberian Spanish ancestry.
  • contested]] and controversial second term on 10 January 2019.
  • Valle de Mifafí, [[Mérida State]]
  • [[Venezuela national football team]], popularly known as the "Vinotinto"
  • The [[Caracas]] Valley
  • Venezuela map of Köppen climate classification
  • A proportional representation of Venezuela exports, 2019
  • Topographic map of Venezuela
  • [[Venezuela national baseball team]] in 2015
  • Altamira]], Caracas (2014)
  • A [[Sukhoi Su-30]]MKV of the Venezuelan Air Force
  • President Maduro among other Latin American leaders participating in a 2017 [[ALBA]] gathering

n. Venezuela, republic in northeastern South America
Venezuela, republic in northeastern South America
Angostura, city in Venezuela


¦ noun a native or inhabitant of Venezuela.
¦ adjective relating to Venezuela.



Venezuela (; American Spanish: [beneˈswela] (listen)), officially the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Spanish: República Bolivariana de Venezuela), is a country on the northern coast of South America, consisting of a continental landmass and many islands and islets in the Caribbean Sea. It has a territorial extension of 916,445 km2 (353,841 sq mi), and its population was estimated at 29 million in 2022. The capital and largest urban agglomeration is the city of Caracas.

The continental territory is bordered on the north by the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Colombia, Brazil on the south, Trinidad and Tobago to the north-east and on the east by Guyana. The Venezuelan government maintains a claim against Guyana to Guayana Esequiba. Venezuela is a federal presidential republic consisting of 23 states, the Capital District and federal dependencies covering Venezuela's offshore islands. Venezuela is among the most urbanized countries in Latin America; the vast majority of Venezuelans live in the cities of the north and in the capital.

The territory of Venezuela was colonized by Spain in 1522 amid resistance from indigenous peoples. In 1811, it became one of the first Spanish-American territories to declare independence from the Spanish and to form part, as a department, of the first federal Republic of Colombia (historiographically known as Gran Colombia). It separated as a full sovereign country in 1830. During the 19th century, Venezuela suffered political turmoil and autocracy, remaining dominated by regional military dictators until the mid-20th century. Since 1958, the country has had a series of democratic governments, as an exception where most of the region was ruled by military dictatorships, and the period was characterized by economic prosperity. Economic shocks in the 1980s and 1990s led to major political crises and widespread social unrest, including the deadly Caracazo riots of 1989, two attempted coups in 1992, and the impeachment of a President for embezzlement of public funds charges in 1993. The collapse in confidence in the existing parties saw the 1998 Venezuelan presidential election, the catalyst for the Bolivarian Revolution, which began with a 1999 Constituent Assembly, where a new Constitution of Venezuela was imposed. The government's populist social welfare policies were bolstered by soaring oil prices, temporarily increasing social spending, and reducing economic inequality and poverty in the early years of the regime. However, poverty began to increase in the 2010s. The 2013 Venezuelan presidential election was widely disputed leading to widespread protest, which triggered another nationwide crisis that continues to this day. Venezuela has experienced democratic backsliding, shifting into an authoritarian state. It ranks low in international measurements of freedom of the press and civil liberties and has high levels of perceived corruption.

Venezuela is a developing country and ranks 113th on the Human Development Index. It has the world's largest known oil reserves and has been one of the world's leading exporters of oil. Previously, the country was an underdeveloped exporter of agricultural commodities such as coffee and cocoa, but oil quickly came to dominate exports and government revenues. The excesses and poor policies of the incumbent government led to the collapse of Venezuela's entire economy. The country struggles with record hyperinflation, shortages of basic goods, unemployment, poverty, disease, high child mortality, malnutrition, severe crime and corruption. These factors have precipitated the Venezuelan migrant crisis where more than three million people have fled the country. By 2017, Venezuela was declared to be in default regarding debt payments by credit rating agencies. The crisis in Venezuela has contributed to a rapidly deteriorating human rights situation, including increased abuses such as torture, arbitrary imprisonment, extrajudicial killings and attacks on human rights advocates. Venezuela is a charter member of the UN, Organization of American States (OAS), Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), ALBA, Mercosur, Latin American Integration Association (LAIA) and Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI).

Pronunciation examples for Venezuela
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3. of Venezuela?
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Examples of use of Venezuela
1. Il s‘est écrasé près de Maracaibo, au Venezuela. (publicité) © . . UN AVION S‘ECRASE AU VENEZUELA
2. Dans l‘antichambre d‘Hugo Chavez, à Caracas, Venezuela.
3. Le Venezuela engage une guerre des mots contre ExxonMobil.
4. Une nouvelle catastrophe aérienne s‘est produite mardi au Venezuela.
5. Localisation de l‘accident d‘avion au Venezuela © AFP/InfographieM.