Venezuela's climate is tropical. It is hot and humid because it is close to the Caribbean Sea and the equator. Venezuela's rainy season runs from May to December. The rainfall averages range from 25.6 - 80 inches in the different climates.
The main factor in temperature variance is altitude. The mountainous regions are significantly cooler, and temperatures can drop to around 48°F.
The climate at the top of the mountains is cold and dry. The climate at the bottom is hot and humid. The Andes are the longest continental mountain range in the world. This range is about 7,000 km long, and about 200 km to 700 km wide.
Merida Cable Car reaches 400,750 meaters and each of the cars holed 60 people
Cuyuni River brige is 170 m and made of iron.
It was established in 1527 and to a large extent has preserved its unique adobe houses and old cobbled streets.
Venezuela is awash with natural resources such as diamonds, gold, and steel.
Diamond production was 199,564 carats in 1997 but now it is 65,000 carats
Gold mine output in 1997 was 22,322 kg, but now it's 332 kg
Venezuela’s production of steel fell to it's lowest levels in the last thirty years due to limited machinery.
Venezuela says that cement production dropped by 41% to 6 metric tons from 10.2 metric tons in 2010.
Venezuela had a output of 8,898 tons of aluminum in December 2015.
Venezuela produced about 15 thousand tons of steal in the 3rd week of July 2017.
sugarcane's spanish name is Caña de azúcar
Venezuela dose not have rich soil so it imports most of its food and agriculture.
Corn's spanish name is maíz
The name of rice in spanish is arroz.
The population is 70 percent Roman Catholic, 29 percent Chirstain, and the remaining 1 percent is other religions.
Battle of Carabobo - June 24th
A venezuela holiday is Battle of Carabobo