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Carúpano

Statue of Carúpano

In the North of the Sucre State in Venezuela, between the peninsulas of Araya and Paria, is located the city of Carupano.

A city of happy and friendly people, Carupano was very important at the beginning of the century, as the exporting port of coffee and cocoa. Now it is an excellent departing point to visit Araya and Paria.

The colorful carnivals of Carupano, are probably the best in Venezuela.

Something very curious in this city is the House of Cable, where arrived the first submarine cable between Europe and America, joining the French city of Marseille with Carupano, back in the late XIX century. This house is today the headquarter of the Tomas Merle foundation and the Paria Project, two organizations that are trying to improve the region through a model where tourism, industry, nature and people can coexist with harmony.

House of Cable - Outside in Carúpano
House of Cable - Outside

House of Cable - Inside in Carúpano
House of Cable - Inside

It is in Carupano, where Simon Bolivar, the liberator of Venezuela, issued a decree ending slavery in 1814.

One of the most important squares in Carupano is Plaza Colon (Columbus Square). In fact, it is very close from there, in Macuro (Paria) where Christopher Columbus landed in the American continent for the first and only time, during his third trip. (In all the other trips he was only in islands).

Plaza Colon
Plaza Colon

Church of Santa Catalina de Sena in front of plaza Colon
Church of Santa Catalina de Sena in front of plaza Colon

Thanks to all the trees they have, the squares in Carupano are very nice, and are the meeting place of all people in town.

Museum of Carupano
Museum

Plaza Miranda
Plaza Miranda


If you like walking or jogging, you will love this "promenade" by the sea.

''promenade'' by the sea

The church of Santa Rosa de Lima is probably the most beautiful in the city.

Church of Santa Rosa de Lima



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Historia y Personajes
Emilia Chapellín Istúriz
Religiosa, fundadora de la congregación de las «Hermanitas de los Pobres de Maiquetía». Conocida como la Madre Emilia. Fueron sus padres Ramón Chapellín y Trinidad Istúriz.
Cocina
Catalinas
Las catalinas son unas dulces galletas de contextura suave y sabor muy particular, es una preparación criolla de exquisito olor y sabor, que es resultado de la combinación de harina, papelón, almíbar y un toque de canela.
Geografía y Naturaleza
Estado Aragua
El estado Aragua se encuentra situado en la región centro- norte de Venezuela, siendo sus límites el mar Caribe por el norte; el estado Guárico por el sur; los estados Vargas, Miranda y Guárico por el este y Carabobo y Guárico por el oeste. Su nombre, es
Cultura
La Divina Pastora
La imagen de la Divina Pastora, Patrona del estado Lara, se encuentra en la iglesia de Santa Rosa, pueblo cercano a Barquisimeto. Los larenses la veneran con especial cariño y devoción, regalándole sombreros y trajes de telas preciosas, algunos de ellos e


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