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Country : Venezuela

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Photos marked as were added from 23 May 2020.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Taken
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Passeo Orinoco is a riverside street with shops.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 The Orinoco River.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 The Orinoco River is the third longest in South America (2150km). It flows entirely within Venezuela.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 The 1678m long Angostura Bridge is the only bridge over the Orinoco River.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 Ferries and fruit sellers on the river.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 Islands on the river made from large boulders.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 Cargo ferry.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 Fresh Water Dolphin.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 Crested Caracara flying over the water.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 View of the narrows of the Orinoco River.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Anchor in the Museum of Ciudad Bolivar.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa del Congresso
 The Casa del Congresso de Angosturo (1770) was used as a base durimg the war of independence against Spain.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa del Congresso
 Wooden balcony.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa del Congresso
 Printing press used during the war of independence.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Street scene in the old city.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Wrought iron balconies and window grills.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa San Isidro
 The Casa San Isidro.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa San Isidro
 Casa San Isidro is a colonial house set in a wooded area.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa San Isidro
 Colonial era furniture.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Jimmy Angel's plane. Angel landed in the jungle in 1937 and had to walk out.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Guayana
 The Orinoco River at Ciudad Guayana where two different coloured waterways stay separate.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Guayana
Caroni Falls
 The Caroni River is a tributary of the Orinoco.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Guayana
Caroni Falls
 The Caroni River descends over a 200m series of waterfalls.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Guayana
Caroni Falls
 Dramatic views of the falls.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Guayana
Caroni Falls
 Thunderous cascade.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Guayana
Caroni Falls
 View of the falls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
 The wetlands of the Caroni River.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
 Forested tributary of the Caroni River.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
 A forested tepui. Tepui is a Pemon word meaning table mountain.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
 The Caroni River system is the second largest in the country.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
Kamarata
 Kamarata is a typical Pemon settlement only accessable by air or on foot.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
Kamarata
 Pemon house.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
 Auyantepui, the largest tepui, has an area of 700 square km.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
 The tepui has many high waterfalls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
 Auyantepui is 2535m above sea level.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
 A dry Angel Falls, the world's highest at 979m.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
 The sheer walls of tepuis ensure that each has a unique biological environment.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
Churun Falls
 Churun Falls is one of many high waterfalls in the region.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
Churun Falls
 Looking down on the falls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Auyantepui
 The top of the tepui is nearly 1km above the plain below.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 Kusari Tepui.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 Tepuis and forests near Canaima.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Canaima is a Pemon settlement by a lagoon on the Carrao River.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 The area has many waterfalls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Canaima is surrounded by tepuis (the local word for table mountains or mesas).
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Sapo Lagoon
 The beautiful Sapo Lagoon.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Sapo Lagoon
 The lagoon is the centre of Canaima.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Sapo Lagoon
 The vast expanse of the lagoon.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Sapo Lagoon
 Beautiful landscape.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Sapo Lagoon
 The lagoon in the late afternoon.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Sapo Lagoon
 The lagoon is a large body of water in the centre of a rainforest.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Hacha Falls
 Hacha Falls are spread over a large area.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
Hacha Falls
 Close view of the falls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Cashoo nut with its fruit.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 The area is famous for its Tepuis, a Pemon word meaning "table mountain".
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Kusari Tepui.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Kuravaina Tepui.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Karun Tepui.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Mine Frog.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 A feeble Sapo Falls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Rock formations at Sapo Falls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Ara Falls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 The upper part of Ara Falls.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Canaima
 Workers from a guest house.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 The Gran Sabana is dotted with tepuis.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 Cloud-shrouded tepui tops.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 Tepuis are table mountains over 1km high.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 Dramatic ridges.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 Tepuis isolated from each other.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 A large tepui.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 Each tepui is like an island with unique species of plants.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 The upper regions of a tepui.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 The narrow top of a tepui.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
 One of the many rivers that flow into the Orinoco.
1998

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