Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Venezuela Most Famous People

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Venezuela is a country on the northern coast of South America was home to many people who have left their mark in their respective fields, based on his unique talent and determination. Some of these famous people from Venezuela are:

Simón Bolívar

Simon Bolivar, also known as El Libertador, was a revolutionary leader and military in South America, which eventually went on to become a political leader. Bolivar was born July 24, 1783, in Caracas, Venezuela. He played an important role in the release of a large part of South America, the Spanish domination of the 19 th century. During his visit to Europe, Bolivar had the opportunity to witness the coronation of Napoleon. This case raised the idea of ​​revolution in his mind, so when they come home, he joined the revolution in Venezuela. He had just then in his 20s. His winning spree was stopped suddenly when his forces defeated the royalist army in 1815, and was deported to Jamaica. Later, a powerful counter-Bolivar ensured victory in the Spanish army, after which he founded Gran Colombia (includes Venezuela, Colombia, Panama and Ecuador).

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Hugo Chavez

Hugo Chavez, a political leader of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (USPV) is the current president of Venezuela. He was born July 28, 1954, in Sabaneta, Barinas state, Venezuela. A former military officer, he founded the leftist Fifth Republic Movement, a socialist political party after his attempted coup to overthrow President Carlos Andres Perez in 1992 failed. After two years in prison, he was pardoned by President Rafael Caldera. Being a good speaker helped Chavez in his political ambitions, and he was elected president of Venezuela for the first time in 1998. His reforms, popularly known as "Bolivarian revolution" has helped to create his own image, namely a populist leader and champion of the poor. He was reelected as president of the changing conditions in 2000 and 2006. A strong supporter of Third World Solidarity, Chavez is a loyal supporter of Fidel Castro and a staunch critic of former U.S. President George W. Bush.

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Oscar D'Leon

Oscar D'Leon, who is also known for his nickname of the Spanish El Mundo Sonero, is a Venezuelan musician, whose claim to fame was his salsa music. Oscar was born on July 11, 1943, Caracas, Venezuela. Interest in bass guitar has a very early age. While working in an auto mechanic, you turn the bass player for local conjuntos or ensemble. It 'been a founding member of The Golden Star Orchestra and the musical group called Los Psicodélicos. In 1972 he founded La Dimension Latina musicians with Jose Rodriguez, Cesar Monge and José Antonio Rojas. In 1976, after the end of La Dimension Latina, La Salsa Mayor Oscar formed. Oscar has ensured that his legacy will be carried forward for her children, who are experts in music. Some of his most famous salsa dance numbers are songs like Tu Piel lend, and Deja Que Te Quiero Esperando Por Ella. He has worked with stars like Celia Cruz, Arturo Sandoval and Luis Enrique. It 'was the first Latin is a BBC contract.

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Luis Aparicio

Luis Aparicio is a former professional baseball player who played for teams like Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox. He was born April 29, 1934, in Maracaibo, Venezuela. He made his debut on the Major League Baseball April 17, 1956, plays for the Chicago White Sox. Aparicio won the Rookie of the Year and the Sporting News Rookie of the Year Awards in its first year itself. His 2583 games played at shortstop was a record for that position until May 2008. It was in the top 100 baseball players of all time, a book written by Lawrence Ritter and Donald Honig in 1981. In 1984, he joined the Baseball Hall of Fame, becoming the first South American to get to the list. In 2006, a bronze statue of Luis Aparicio unveiled at U.S. Cellular Field in honor of the great baseball star.

Finally, a victory in Peru in 1824, led to the end of Spanish rule on the mainland, by force of Bolivar in Latin America. His dream of uniting South America, however, was never implemented due to political instability triggered by the various separatist movements. Bolivar died of tuberculosis a few months after he resigned as president of Greater Colombia.

It is only because of the charismatic leader that is known as the modern Simon Bolivar in Venezuela.

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