Caracas Tourists Attractions are in Beautiful Places!

Caracas tourists' attractions are many. The most of those tourists' attractions are in beautiful places in the capital city of Venezuela. The museums of Caracas are one set of the tourist's attractions in Caracas and the Bookstores in Caracas are different set of attractions.

Here are some more preferred tourist's destinations to enjoy your cyberspace tour in the beautiful City of Caracas. If you did, please leave me some nice words on the comment form, or better-- write about any attraction in Venezuela. Many thanks, friend.

All the parks in Venezuela has an organization called Venezuela's Instituto Nacional de Parques Nacionales with its headquarters in Caracas. I guess, you have guessed the name of this tourists' attraction in English.

This institution has authorized visiting the parks by making it necessary to acquire a visit permit in the past. This is not necessary today, although it manages the parks and implements the policies, the Ministry of Environment authorizes for the national parks.

The main bureau of the institute lies in an area of enjoyable cultural events and more than six museums at the east of the metro station of Parque del Este. The highest towers in Venezuela are in this area, offering from the top a nostalgic view to the city.

In addition to the headquarters there are some branches in different parts of the country. The National Parks Institute of Venezuela has a library dedicated for the national parks of Venezuela, where visitors find good resources about those tourists' attractions in Venzuela and information about the protected parks in the Latin country.

El Concejo Municipal de Caracas is one of the tourists' attractions in Caracas and one of the most important landmarks in Caracas with some museums and historical sights. It is on Avenida Sur 2, near the Municipio Libertador de Caracas and El Silencio, occupies almost most of the southern part of Plaza Bolivar.

Some sources say they built it when President Cipriano Castro ordered that in 1905 and the architect Alejandro started the building project after that. Other sources say the bishops of Caracas ordered the building to host the Colegio Seminario de Santa Rosa de Lima and the process of building El Concejo spanned the period from 1641 to 1696. The seminary started on 9 October 1973.

However, the Real y Pontificia Universidad de Caracas took the place as the first university in Venezuela in 1725. Then Simon Bolivar changed the name of the place into the Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV). The name stays while the university itself has moved to another place.

Now El Concejo Municipal de Caracas is the seat of Municipal Council with parts of it open to the public in the old centre of the city where some historical buildings are around. It is Caracas City Hall or Sala (a word in local Arabic, which means hall or veranda. The third word "veranda" is also in local Arabic).

Capilla de Santa Rosa de Lima or the Chapel of Santa Rosa de Lima is one of the tourist's attractions in Caracas. It is on the western part of the building of the Concejo Municipal, working as the seat of the Venezuelan Congress when it declared the independence of Venezuela from Spain in 5 July 1811.

The chapel has decoration and furniture from the 19th century and a fountain in the centre of courtyard and there's a map of Caracas from the year 1578 on the corridor of the courtyard.

La Casa Amarilla de Caracas is one of the tourist's attractions in Caracas. It is on Avenida Este in South 2 Street in El Silencio, at the opposite direction of la Plaza Bolivar from the 17th century with its second floor balconies overlooking the street and the small square outside shaded by trees.

The four-sides verandas inside the palace overlook the small inside square. It was the royal prison of Caracas, and then it was the palace of the government and the official residence of the president.

The restored building became after 1920 the residence of the Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores, or the Ministry of Foreign Relations. It has a cine hall and a conference hall, full equipped with modern telecommunications facilities.

El Capitolio Nacional de Caracas or the National Capitol of Caracas is one of the tourist's attractions in Caracas. It stands from the year 1870 on its place in a neo-classical complex that consists of two buildings at the southwest of La Plaza Bolivar.

It is El Palacio Federal Legislativo or Congreso Venezolano. The legislative or the parliament's hall is large enough to hold large meetings and is occupied by modern telecommunication and conferencing facilities.

There are some white sculptures of virgins on the front sides of the pillars of El Palacio Federal. The hall called Salon Eliptico occupies the north section of the building.

It is oval and it has large mural painting of the liberating battle of Carabobo in 24 June 1821, the Venezuelan artist Martin Tovar y Tovar has painted on the ceiling.

Caracas has fests on this day every year in addition to the fests of independence in the 5th of July, the birthday of Simon Bolivar in the 24th of July, the Christmas Day in 25 December and the Columbus Day in 12th October.

The portraits of the leaders of the independence hang on the southern wall and that of Bolivar is on the top of a marble pedestal and inside the pedestal is the original act of Independence of 1811.

On other adjacent walls are some other paintings of the liberation war and other military paintings. The painting of the battle of Junin is on the ceiling of Salon Amarillo and the painting of the battle of Boyaca is on Salon Rojo.

Salon Eliptico is good enough to hold a meeting, a ceremony or a conference and it has few single stoles around it and more than 25 portraits and paintings on the walls. In meetings and conferences, they bring many seats in.

La Casa Natal de Bolivar or Casa Natal del Libertador is one of the tourist's attractions in Caracas. It is on the corner of Calle San Jacinto and Calle Traposos, near Museo de Bolivar. The liberator Simon Bolivar was born in this colonial house in 24 July 1783.

It makes with Simon Bolivar Plaza and other locations the historical centre of the old town of Caracas. The house has restored and decorated by large paintings of the heroic battles Bolivar fought for independence and some scenes of his life. The Venezuelan painter Antonio Salas Diaz, known as Tito Salas painted all of these battles and scenes.

El Panteon Nacional or the National Pantheon of Venezuela is one of the tourist's attractions in Caracas. It is on the corner of Calle Real de Carballo in the turn to Avenida Norte and is few blocks at the north of Plaza Bolivar.

This building took the place of an old church, when the earthquake destroyed it in 1812 and rebuilt to continue until 1874, when the president that time, Guzman Blanco changed it into the pantheon.

The bronze tomb of Bolivar is in the chancel in the centre of part. There are 140 other tombs of the independence fighters and great figures in the aisles including the war of independence heroine Luisa Caceres de Arismendi.

The great figures include the Venezuelan writer Teresa de la Parra and the Venezuelan pianist Teresa Carreno. There are paintings of Bolivar's life, painted by Tito Salas covering the vault of El Panteon Nacional. The centennial of the birth of Bolivar has 4000 pieces and 230 lights.

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