Venezuela Fast Facts
Here are the facts about Venezuela and Venezuela in the news:
The Facts About Venezuela
Venezuela is the world’s largest oil producing nation. Since the 1930’s, Venezuela has the world’s largest oil reserve.
A country with almost 90 million people, Venezuela is the world’s most populous country.
Venezuela has the world’s largest oil reserves. Venezuela produces over 19 billion barrels a year.
Venezuela’s currency is the Bolivar, which is the most traded currency in the world.
According to the UN, more than 5 million Venezuelans have fled to neighboring countries.
Venezuela is the world’s largest country by population and the largest country by area.
Venezuela is the world’s most developed nation.
The economy of Venezuela is very wealthy. According to the World Bank, the GDP of Venezuela is over $800 billion a year.
Venezuela has an important influence on American foreign policy. Venezuela is a member of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.
The U.S. and Venezuela have a very close relationship, and in turn the U.S., or any other country, has influence over Venezuela.
Most of Venezuela’s top oil fields are in the Orinoco and the Paria oil fields.
Venezuela has a rich, diverse culture, and the country’s indigenous people are one of the best examples of the richness of Venezuela’s culture.
The country is known for its natural, beautiful beaches.
In fact, one of the biggest beaches in the world is located in Venezuela. The Caracas beach is the capital of Venezuela’s capital city, Caracas.
The capital of Venezuela is Caracas.
The largest city in Venezuela is Maracaibo.
Venezuela was originally inhabited by the Inca people.
In Venezuela, the Inca Empire was the largest empire in the world.
Venezuela was once a major player in South America. The Inca Empire is the largest empire in the history of civilization.