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National Data

Venezuela Flag Venezuela Flag
Country Venezuela
Country code VE
City Caracas
Form of government Federal Presidential Republic
Size in km² 882050
Population 31108083
Year of construction 1877


Type Semi-circle
Volume 45100
Architect Luciano Urdaneta Vargas (VE)


The Palacio Federal Legislativo (English: Federal Legislative Palace), also known as the Capitolio, is a historic building in Caracas, Venezuela which now houses the National Assembly. Located southeast of the Plaza Bolívar, it was built in 1872 by President Antonio Guzman Blanco to a design by the architect Luciano Urdaneta. The Salón Elíptico, opened in 1877, is topped by an impressive golden dome.[1]

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This magnificent building commissioned by President Antonio Guzman Blanco in 1872 was built to plans of the architect Luciano Urdaneta Vargas in the neoclassicist style. The façade is symmetrical with a portico in the middle and three column-like portals carried by two caryatids symbolising law and liberty.

Facts & Figures

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Members of parliament 167 GPD per capita in PPP in US$ 16.100
Number of women 24 HDI 0,762
Pop. per MP 186.276 Democracy index 5,00
CO2 total 195.213 CO2 per capita 6,30


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