, located in southeastern Bolívar State.
Bolívar (Spanish: Estado Bolívar, IPA: [esˈtaðo βoˈliβar]), is one of the 23 states (estados) into which Venezuela is divided. The state capital city is Ciudad Bolívar. Bolívar State covers a total surface area of 238,000 km² and in June 30, 2010 had an estimated population of 1,620,359.
The territory covered by present-day Bolívar was previously part of the Guayana Province, a Province of the Spanish Empire (from 1585) and later of Venezuela (until 1864, when the Provinces of Venezuela were replaced by the States of Venezuela, following the Federal War).
Places of interest 
- Caroní (Ciudad Guayana)
- Cedeño (Caicara del Orinoco)
- El Callao (El Callao)
- Gran Sabana (Santa Elena de Uairén)
- Heres (Ciudad Bolívar)
- Padre Pedro Chien (El Palmar)
- Piar (Upata)
- Raúl Leoni (Ciudad Piar)
- Roscio (Guasipati)
- Sifontes (Tumeremo)
- Sucre (Maripa)
See also 
Coordinates: 8°7′19″N 63°33′0″W / 8.12194°N 63.55000°W