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Architecture of Caracas, Venezuela __ Small gallery of photos of Caracas architecture. - illustrated - From - 

Caracas __" the capital and largest city of Venezuela. It is located in the north of the country, following the contours of a narrow mountain valley located on the Venezuelan coastal range (Cordillera de la Costa)." An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From Wikipedia - 

Caracas __ A brief overview of the city and its history - From -

Caracas Buildings, Real Estate, Architecture, Skyscrapers and ... __ "Venezuela's capital and one of South America's largest cities, Caracas was a Spanish colony founded in 1567 near the south coast of the Caribbean Sea. The city sits in a high valley, and today one side of this valley is preserved as Avila National Park." Learn about architecture in Caracas, see photos of notable buildings, and find out something about the companies found there. - illustrated - From - 

Caracas - Capital District (Venezuela) __ Flags, heraldry and some history of the city of Caracas. - illustrated - From - 

Caracas a City with two Faces __ You will discover the beautiful face of the city, then the ugly. The ugly may be somewhat disturbing for younger students. - illustrated - From Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics - 


Caracas - Introduction __ A brief overview of the city including links to related resources. - illustrated - From - 

Caracas Map __ Interactive map of Caracas. - illustrated - From -

Caracas Map, Map of Caracas __ "Here you will find a treasure of information with regard to map of Caracas as well as a wealth of information on the subject of Caracas maps." - From - 
Caracas Map - Map of Caracas, Venezuela __ Basic map of Caracas, Venezuela. - illustrated - from -


Caracas Photos __ Here are galleries of click-to-enlarge photos of Caracas, Venezuela. - illustrated - From -

Caracas Photos __ You will find a couple of dozen galleries of photos of Caracas as well as hundreds of individually posted pictures of Caracas. - illustrated - From -

Caracas pictures __ Several pages of beautiful click-to-enlarge pictures of Caracas. - illustrated - From -


Caracas travel guide __ "Open source travel guide to Caracas, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more." - illustrated - From -

Caracas travel guide __ You will find information on Caracas travel, including photos of Caracas and reviews. - illustrated - From - 

Caracas, Venezuela News - Topix __ "Local news for Caracas, Venezuela continually updated from thousands of sources on the web." - From - 
Catholic Encyclopedia, Caracas __ A general look at the history of Caracas from the church point of view. - From - 


Gardening for the Poor __ Learn how 'urban agriculture' is changing Caracas. "Vegetables formerly brought from distant farms or imported from a neighbouring country are increasingly grown a few steps away from the family kitchen. In under a year, 4 000 microgardens - metre-square shallow trays on wooden legs, filled with aggregate such as pebbles and fed a nutrient solution every day - have been set up by the national government in the city's poor neighbourhoods, or barrios." - illustrated - From United Nations -

Metro de Caracas __ Learn how to get around this city's rail system. "Currently Metro de Caracas, operated by CAMETRO, has a total length of 45 km with 40 stations..." - illustrated - From -

population of Caracas 2010 __ Caracas population figure - From -

What is Caracas city profile? __ You will find a brief overview of Caracas. - illustrated - From -  


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