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Venezuela's Information

Flag of Venezuela
Land Area 882,050 km2
Water Area 30,000 km2
Total Area 912,050km2 (#32)
Population 30,912,302 (#42)
Population Density 35.05/km2
Government Type Federal Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $469.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $15,100
Currency Bolivar (VEF)
Largest Cities

Located entirely within the tropics, Venezuela's climate is tropical, hot and humid.

The rainy season extends from ( June - October) and the dry season from (November - May).

From ( May - September) the hottest months, daily highs approach 90° F, while in January, the coldest month, daily highs average in the low 60s.

As always, high and low temperatures within a country vary according to elevation; here coastal and lowland areas are hot throughout the year, while the highlands are more moderate.

Caracas, situated on the edges of the Avila Mountain range, has an average daily high temperature of 72° F, with very little seasonal variation.

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This page was last updated on September 29, 2015.

Venezuela Trivia

Which Is The Largest Ethnic Group In Venezuela?

Venezuela has an ethnically diverse population because of its colorful history and the peoples that have resided in the country over the centuries. People of mixed European, Amerindian, and African descent constitute over half of the country’s population. They are collectively termed “Mestizos”. Those of European, Black African and Amerindian descent constitute the rest of the population.

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