Ciudad Bolívar

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Ci·u·dad Bo·lí·var

 (sē′o͝o-däd′ bō-lē′vär, syo͞o-)
A city of east-central Venezuela on the Orinoco River southeast of Caracas. It was founded in 1764 on the narrows (or angosturas) of the river and was popularly known as Angostura.

Ciudad Bolívar

(Spanish siuˈðað boˈliβar)
n
(Placename) a port in E Venezuela, on the Orinoco River: accessible to ocean-going vessels. Pop: 344 000 (2005 est). Former name (1764–1846): Angostura

Ciu•dad Bo•lí•var

(syuˈðɑð bɔˈli vɑr)
n.
a port in E Venezuela, on the Orinoco River. 225,340.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Ciudad Bolivar - a port in eastern Venezuela on the Orinoco river
Angostura Bridge - a suspension bridge across the Orinoco River at Ciudad Bolivar
Republic of Venezuela, Venezuela - a republic in northern South America on the Caribbean; achieved independence from Spain in 1811; rich in oil
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Johann Siegert first produced aromatic bitters in Angostura, Venezuela (today called Ciudad Bolivar).