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The capital of Venezuela, is its located at the north of the country. This city was the birthplace of two of Latin America's most important figures: Francisco de Miranda and "El Libertador" Simón Bolívar. As the economy of oil-rich Venezuela grew steadily during the first part of the 20th century, Caracas became one of Latin America's economic centers, and was also known as the preferred hub between Europe and South America. The population of Caracas' urban agglomeration (Greater Caracas, including neighboring cities out of the Capital District) is about 4.7 million.

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