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|Motto(s): Cuna de Maria Lionza|
|Founded||11 February 1695|
|• Total||417 km2 (161 sq mi)|
|Elevation||296 m (971 ft)|
|Website||bruzual-yaracuy.gob.ve[permanent dead link](in Spanish)|
Chivacoa is a city in Yaracuy, Venezuela. It has a population of about 60,000. This town is very famous by Mystic Rituals in Sorte Mountain. Maria Lionza. Their Carnival Party is also famous. It was officially founded in 1695 by the Spanish, but was preceded by a native settlement of the Caquetio people.
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