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Municipalities of Venezuela

Municipalities of Venezuela are subdivisions of the States of Venezuela. There are 335 municipalities dividing the 23 states and Capital District.

Municipalities and their seats by federal entity

Capital District

  1. Libertador Bolivarian Municipality (Caracas Libertador covers about half of the city of Caracas, officially a metropolitan area; the rest of the city is covered by four adjacent municipalities in Miranda state: Baruta, Chacao, el Hatillo and Sucre)

Amazonas

Anzoátegui

Apure

Aragua

Barinas

Bolívar

Carabobo

Cojedes

Delta Amacuro

Falcón

Guárico

  1. Camaguán (Camaguán)
  2. Chaguaramas (Chaguaramas)
  3. El Socorro (El Socorro)
  4. Francisco de Miranda (Calabozo)
  5. José Félix Ribas (Tucupido)
  6. José Tadeo Monagas (Altagracia de Orituco)
  7. Juan Germán Roscio (San Juan de los Morros)
  8. Julián Mellado (El Sombrero)
  9. Las Mercedes (Las Mercedes del Llano)
  10. Leonardo Infante (Valle de la Pascua)
  11. Ortiz (Ortiz)
  12. Pedro Zaraza (Zaraza)
  13. San Gerónimo de Guayabal (Guayabal)
  14. San José de Guaribe (San José de Guaribe)
  15. Santa María de Ipire (Santa María de Ipire)

Lara

Mérida

Miranda

Monagas

Nueva Esparta

Portuguesa

  1. Agua Blanca (Agua Blanca)
  2. Araure (Araure)
  3. Esteller (Píritu)
  4. Guanare (Guanare)
  5. Guanarito (Guanarito)
  6. Monseñor José Vicente de Unda (Paraíso de Chabasquén)
  7. Ospino (Ospino)
  8. Páez (Acarigua)
  9. Papelón (Papelon)
  10. San Genaro de Boconoito (Boconoito)
  11. San Rafael de Onoto (San Rafael de Onoto)
  12. Santa Rosalía (El Playón)
  13. Sucre (Biscucuy)
  14. Turén (Villa Bruzual)

Sucre

  1. Andrés Eloy Blanco (Casanay)
  2. Andrés Mata (San José de Aerocuar)
  3. Arismendi (Río Caribe)
  4. Benítez (El Pilar)
  5. Bermúdez (Carúpano)
  6. Bolívar (Marigüitar)
  7. Cajigal (Yaguaraparo)
  8. Cruz Salmerón Acosta (Araya)
  9. Libertador (Tunapuy)
  10. Mariño (Irapa)
  11. Mejía (San Antonio del Golfo)
  12. Montes (Cumanacoa)
  13. Ribero (Cariaco)
  14. Sucre (Cumaná)
  15. Valdez (Güiria)

Táchira

  1. Andres Bello (Cordero)
  2. Antonio Romulo Costa (Las Mesas)
  3. Ayacucho (Colon)
  4. Bolívar (San Antonio del Táchira)
  5. Cardenas (Táriba)
  6. Cordoba (Santa Ana del Tachira)
  7. Fernandez Feo (San Rafael del Piñal)
  8. Francisco de Miranda (San Jose de Bolivar)
  9. Garcia de Hevia (La Fria)
  10. Guasimos (Palmira)
  11. Independencia (Capacho Nuevo)
  12. Jauregui (La Grita)
  13. Jose Maria Vargas (El Cobre)
  14. Junín (Rubio)
  15. Libertad (Capacho Viejo)
  16. Libertador (Abejales)
  17. Lobatera (Lobatera)
  18. Michelena (Michelena)
  19. Panamericano (Coloncito)
  20. Pedro Maria Ureña (Ureña)
  21. Rafael Urdaneta (Delicias)
  22. Samuel Dario Maldonado (La Tendida)
  23. San Cristobal (San Cristóbal)
  24. San Judas Tadeo (Umuquena)
  25. Seboruco (Seboruco)
  26. Simón Rodríguez (San Simon)
  27. Sucre (Queniquea)
  28. Torbes (San Josecito)
  29. Uribante (Pregonero)

Trujillo

  1. Andrés Bello (Santa Isabel)
  2. Boconó (Boconó)
  3. Bolívar Sabana Grande)
  4. Candelaria (Chejendé)
  5. Carache (Carache)
  6. Escuque (Escuque)
  7. José Felipe Márquez Cañizales (El Paradero)
  8. José Vicente Campo Elías (Campo Elías)
  9. La Ceiba (Santa Apolonia)
  10. Miranda (El Dividive)
  11. Monte Carmelo (Monte Carmelo)
  12. Motatán (Motatán)
  13. Pampán (Pampán)
  14. Pampanito (Pampanito)
  15. Rafael Rangel (Betijoque)
  16. San Rafael de Carvajal (Carvajal)
  17. Sucre (Sabana de Mendoza)
  18. Trujillo (Trujillo)
  19. Urdaneta (La Quebrada)
  20. Valera (Valera)

Vargas

  1. Vargas (La Guaira)

Yaracuy

Zulia

See also

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