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This enclosure is the resting place of illustrious Venezuelans and an homage to their memory, beginning with Simon Bolivar, ... More
Panteón Nacional [El]
This enclosure is the resting place of illustrious Venezuelans and an homage to their memory, beginning with Simon Bolivar, whose tomb has a permanent guard. It was decreed the National Pantheon in 1875, after having been the Church of the Holy Trinity. Within this rather moving atmosphere, the visitor cannot help but observe and appreciate the epic paintings of Tito Salas on the ceiling, and the magnificent chandelier made of more than 4,000 pieces. The changing of the guards is also worth seeing.
Following the Avenida Principal de La Yaguara, just 15 kilometers from Caracas, is the clean and pretty village of El
Junquito. The village started out as a colony of farmers, and today it is a highly frequented destination for ...
Although thousands of tourists go up the Cerro El Avila every day, you may only want to reach its summit,
or the coast on the other side of the mountain. In that case, Caracas has two cable car routes ...
This building dates to the end of the 16th century and has served, successively, as a Franciscan convent, seat of
the Central University of Venezuela and, currently, as the headquarters of the Academies Palace. Academies, plural, since it houses ...