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ArchitectureEdit

ArtistsEdit

AuthorsEdit

A–CEdit

D–MEdit

N–PEdit

S–ZEdit

Beauty queensEdit

Business and lawEdit

CartoonistsEdit

DiplomatsEdit

EngineeringEdit

EntertainmentEdit

A–DEdit

E–PEdit

R–SEdit

T–ZEdit

FilmmakersEdit

HistoricalEdit

  • Simón Bolívar (1783–1830), Wars of Independence leader, military commander, Father of the Nation.
  • José Tomás Boves (1782–1814), Wars of Independence leader, military caudillo.
  • Luisa Cáceres de Arismendi (1799–1866), heroine from the Venezuelan War of Independence
  • Pedro Camejo (better known as Negro Primero, or The First Black) (1790–1821), lieutenant at the Venezuelan war of independence.
  • Agostino Codazzi (1793–1859), Italian born, military officer, cartographer, former governor of Barinas.
  • Francisco de Miranda (1750–1816), Wars of Independence leader, veteran of the U.S. and French revolutions.
  • Antonio José de Sucre (1795–1830), Wars of Independence leader, Grand Marshal of Ayacucho, president of Bolivia (1826–1828), president of Peru
  • Juan José Flores (1800–1864), founder of Ecuador and its first President.
  • Santiago Mariño (1788–1854), hero in the Venezuelan War of Independence, and important leader of Venezuela's eastern.
  • Cristóbal Mendoza (1772–1829), considered to be the first President of Venezuela.
  • José Gregorio Monagas (1795–1858), hero of the Venezuelan War of Independence, and former president.
  • José Tadeo Monagas (1784–1868), hero of the Venezuelan War of Independence, and former president.
  • Mariano Montilla (1782–1851), Major General of the Army of Venezuela in the Venezuelan War of Independence.
  • José Antonio Páez (1790–1873), Wars of Independence leader, former president.
  • José Félix Ribas (1775–1815), leader and hero of the Venezuelan War of Independence.
  • Juan Germán Roscio (1763–1821), lawyer and politician, main editor of the Venezuelan Declaration of Independence and chief architect of the Venezuelan Constitution of 1811.
  • Rafael Urdaneta (1788–1845), hero of the Latin American wars of independence.
  • Fernando Adames Torres (1837–1910) General of the Army during the Revolution of Coro, Senator representing Lara State and Chief of Staff.
  • Fermin Toro (1807–1865), politician, diplomat, writer, minister of Finance and Foreign Affairs, president of the 1858 National Convention.

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MountaineersEdit

MusiciansEdit

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E–JEdit

K–NEdit

O–REdit

S–ZEdit

PoliticiansEdit

ScienceEdit

SportsEdit

 
César Baena

BaseballEdit

See also:
List of players from Venezuela in Major League Baseball
Venezuelan Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

BasketballEdit

BodybuildingEdit

BoxingEdit

BowlingEdit

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Horse racingEdit

Motorcycle racingEdit

RugbyEdit

SoccerEdit

Sports car racingEdit

SwimmingEdit

TennisEdit

ReferencesEdit

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