Regions of Venezuela
Venezuela's states, capital district, and federal dependencies have been grouped into administrative regions since a 1969 decree on regionalization that institutionalized a process of region development. The regions thereby created have been modified until attaining their present shape.
|Andean Region||2,210,194||53,900 km²||Barinas, Mérida, Táchira and Trujillo|
|Capital Region||4,687,002||9,879 km²||Miranda, Vargas, Capital District (Caracas)|
|Central Region||3,851,290||26,464 km²||Aragua, Carabobo, Cojedes|
|Central-Western Region||3,703,675||66,900 km²||Falcón, Lara, Portuguesa, Yaracuy|
|Guayana Region||1,776,545||458,344 km²||Bolívar, Amazonas, Delta Amacuro|
|Insular Region||439,900||1,492 km²||Nueva Esparta, Federal Dependencies|
|Llanos Region||1,181,650||141,486 km²||Apure (excluding the Páez Municipality), Guárico|
|Eastern Region||3,165,217||84,030 km²||Anzoátegui, Monagas, Sucre|
|South-Western Region||2,000,000 (approximately)||N/A||Táchira and the Páez Municipality of Apure|
|Zulian Region||3,520,376||63,100 km²||Zulia|
- Population figures are 2005 estimates
- The area of the Páez municipality has, for the time being, been incorrectly counted here as belonging to the Llanos Region, rather than the Andean Region.
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