Der Dollar ist zurück in Venezuela und mit ihm viele Importwaren, auch aus den USA, dem Handelsembargo zum Trotz. Vor Geschäften stehen. Ich lebe in Venezuela. Ich erzähle euch, wie wir in Venezuela Weihnachten feiern. In der Weihnachtszeit ziehen Gruppen von Menschen nachts durch die. 3. Auf Rollschuhen zur Kirche, Caracas, Venezuela. Schräge Weihnachtstraditionen: Rollschuhe zu Weihnachten. In Venezuelas Hauptstadt.
5 herrlich-verrückte Weihnachtstraditionen weltweitIn der Weihnachtszeit ziehen Gruppen von Menschen nachts durch die Straßen. Venezuelas und singen Weihnachtslieder. Die Lieder heißen Aguinaldos und. Es gibt viele Wege, Weihnachten zu feiern. Mit den spannenden Materialien dieser Unterrichtseinheit holen Sie die Weihnachtstraditionen Venezuelas direkt in. Die Hauptadt Venezuelas sieht aber gut aus Wir wohnen im Hotel Avila bei San Bernardino. Abendessen war sehr gut!!! 2. Caracas - Maracaibo. Sonntag.
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Nachdem gemeinsam geschwitzt wurde, wird auf den Weihnachtsmann gewartet. Abgesehen davon, dass es 30 Grad sind und überall Plastikweihnachtsbäume stehen, ist Weihnachten auf den Philippinen schon etwas ganz Spezielles.
Die riesige Familie kommt traditionell nämlich zu einer Mottoparty zusammen. Ja, eine Mottoparty an Weihnachten. Das beste Kostüm kriegt sogar einen Preis.
Zumindest, wenn es nach den Amis geht. Die haben einen total abgefahren Schmuck für den Weihnachtsbaum gefunden. Saure Gurken! Klingt total bescheuert, hat aber eine lange Tradition.
Die Wächter kamen seiner Bitte nach. Und wir werden zusammenkommen, es wird Musik geben, wir werden tanzen, weil die Venezolaner so sind", sagte Desiree Dasa, die letzte Person, mit der ich für meinen Bericht gesprochen habe.
Und ja, genau das werden wir tun. Weil die venezolanische Weihnachtsküche göttlich ist. Und während man den Gaitas, den traditionellen Weihnachtsliedern zuhört und tanzt, schmeckt sie noch besser.
Hier, dort und überall. Was auch immer es braucht, wir werden feiern. COM in 30 languages. Deutsche Welle. Deutschkurse Podcasts.
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Das Einschwören auf die Weihnachtszeit mag die Bevölkerung für den Moment ruhigstellen - doch damit verschaffe sich das Regime höchstens etwas Zeit, glaubt Wilhelm vom Hilfswerk Adveniat.
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It is also necessary to recommend to travel through magnificent roads, the southern moors, where you can find good hotels and restaurants.
Shortages occur in regulated products, such as milk, various types of meat, coffee, rice, oil, flour, butter, and other goods including basic necessities like toilet paper, personal hygiene products, and even medicine.
A drought, combined with a lack of planning and maintenance, has caused a hydroelectricity shortage. To deal with lack of power supply, in April the Maduro government announced rolling blackouts  and reduced the government workweek to only Monday and Tuesday.
By late and into , Venezuelans had to search for food on a daily basis, occasionally resorting to eating wild fruit or garbage , wait in lines for hours and sometimes settle without having certain products.
Venezuela has the largest oil reserves, and the eighth largest natural gas reserves in the world. Besides the largest conventional oil reserves and the second-largest natural gas reserves in the Western Hemisphere,  Venezuela has non-conventional oil deposits extra-heavy crude oil , bitumen and tar sands approximately equal to the world's reserves of conventional oil.
In the first half of the 20th century, U. Managers and skilled highly paid technicians of PDVSA shut down the plants and left their posts, and by some reports sabotaged equipment, and petroleum production and refining by PDVSA almost ceased.
Activities eventually were slowly restarted by returning and substitute oil workers. Venezuela has a limited national railway system , which has no active rail connections to other countries.
The Maracaibo Metro and Valencia Metro were opened more recently. Venezuela is among the most urbanized countries in Latin America;   the vast majority of Venezuelans live in the cities of the north, especially in the capital Caracas, which is also the largest city.
The largest and most important city south of the Orinoco is Ciudad Guayana , which is the sixth most populous conurbation. According to a study by sociologists of the Central University of Venezuela , over 1.
The people of Venezuela come from a variety of ancestries. It is estimated that the majority of the population is of mestizo , or mixed, ethnic ancestry.
Nevertheless, in the census, which Venezuelans were asked to identify themselves according to their customs and ancestry, the term mestizo was excluded from the answers.
The majority claimed to be mestizo or white — Ethnic minorities in Venezuela consist of groups that descend mainly from African or indigenous peoples; 2.
During the colonial period and until after the Second World War, many of the European immigrants to Venezuela came from the Canary Islands ,  which had a significant cultural impact on the cuisine and customs of Venezuela.
Later, during and after the war, new waves of immigrants from other parts of Europe, the Middle East, and China began; many were encouraged by government-established immigration programs and lenient immigration policies.
According to the World Refugee Survey , published by the U. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, Venezuela hosted a population of refugee and asylum seekers from Colombia numbering , in , and 10, new asylum seekers entered Venezuela in The total indigenous population of the country is estimated at about thousand people 2.
The Constitution recognizes the multi-ethnic, pluri-cultural, and multilingual character of the country and includes a chapter devoted to indigenous peoples' rights, which opened up spaces for their political inclusion at national and local level in Most indigenous peoples are concentrated in eight states along Venezuela's borders with Brazil, Guyana, and Colombia, and the majority groups are the Wayuu west , the Warao east , the Yanomami south , and the Pemon southeast.
Although most residents are monolingual Spanish speakers, many languages are spoken in Venezuela. Wayuu is the most spoken indigenous language with , speakers.
Immigrants, in addition to Spanish, speak their own languages. Chinese , , Portuguese , ,  and Italian ,  are the most spoken languages in Venezuela after the official language of Spanish.
English is the most widely used foreign language in demand and is spoken by many professionals, academics, and members of the upper and middle classes as a result of the oil exploration done by foreign companies, in addition to its acceptance as a lingua franca.
Culturally, English is common in southern towns like El Callao , and the native English-speaking influence is evident in folk and calypso songs from the region.
Other languages spoken by large communities in the country are Basque and Galician , among others. Religion in Venezuela .
There are small but influential Muslim , Druze ,   Buddhist , and Jewish communities. The Druze community are estimated around 60, and concentrated among persons of Lebanese and Syrian descent a former vice president is Druze, showing the small group's influence.
The Buddhist community is made up mainly of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean people. The Jewish community has shrunk in recent years due to rising antisemitism in Venezuela ,      with the population declining from 22, in  to less than 7, in Venezuela has a national universal health care system.
Infant mortality in Venezuela was 19 deaths per 1, births for which was lower than the South American average To compare: The U.
Delta Amacuro and Amazonas had the nation's highest rates. During the economic crisis observed under President Maduro's presidency, medical professionals were forced to perform outdated treatments on patients.
The literacy rate of the adult population was already at Currently, many Venezuelan graduates seek a future abroad because of the country's troubled economy and heavy crime rate.
The culture of Venezuela is a melting pot made up of three main groups: The Indigenous Venezuelans, the Africans, and the Spanish.
The first two cultures were in turn differentiated according to their tribes. Acculturation and assimilation, typical of a cultural syncretism, led to the Venezuelan culture of the present day, which is similar in many ways to the culture of the rest of Latin America, but still has its own unique characteristics.
The indigenous and African influence is limited to a few words, food names, and place names. However, the Africans also brought in many musical influences, especially introduction of the drum.
The Spanish influence predominantes due to the colonization process and the socioeconomic structure it created, and in particular came from the regions of Andalusia and Extremadura the places of origin of most of the settlers in the Caribbean during the colonial era.
Spanish influences can be seen in the country's architecture, music, religion, and language. Spanish influences can also be seen in the bullfights that take place in Venezuela, and in certain gastronomical features.
Venezuela was also enriched by immigration streams of Indian and European origin in the 19th century, especially from France.
Most recently, immigration from the United States, Spain, Italy, and Portugal has further enriched the already complex cultural mosaic especially in large oil-producing cities [ citation needed ].
Venezuelan art was initially dominated by religious motifs. However, in the late 19th century, artists began emphasizing historical and heroic representations of the country's struggle for independence.
Venezuelan literature originated soon after the Spanish conquest of the mostly pre-literate indigenous societies. The national musical instrument is the cuatro.
The Zulian gaita is also a very popular genre, generally performed during Christmas. The national dance is the joropo.
Recently, great classical music performances have come out of Venezuela. The orchestra is the pinnacle of El Sistema , a publicly financed, voluntary music education program now being emulated in other countries.
Afro-Venezuelan musical traditions are most intimately related to the festivals of the "black folk saints" San Juan and St.
Benedict the Moor. Specific songs are related to the different stages of their festivals and processions, when the saints start their yearly " paseo" — stroll — through the community to dance with their people.
The origins of baseball in Venezuela are unclear, although it is known that the sport was being played in the country by the late 19th century.
The immense popularity of baseball in the country makes Venezuela a rarity among its South American neighbors—association football is the dominant sport in the continent.
Although not as popular in Venezuela as the rest of South America, football, spearheaded by the Venezuela national football team is gaining popularity as well.
The sport is also noted for having an increased focus during the World Cup. Venezuela is also home to former Formula 1 driver, Pastor Maldonado.
Retrieved 17 January From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the period when it was known as the "Republic of Venezuela" from to , see Republic of Venezuela.
Die Venezolaner stehen früh auf, um sich den Weihnachtsvorbereitungen zu widmen. Jeder Morgen eines Dezembertages wird Misa de Aguinaldo genannt.
Es gibt auch morgendliche Veranstaltungen, die sogenannten Patinatas. In diesen freigehaltenen Zonen können Jugendliche Rollschuhlaufen und Skaten, es werden weihnachtliche Theaterstücke aufgeführt und Musik gespielt.