San Felipe, Yaracuy
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|San Felipe,Yaracuy Venezuela|
|Nickname(s): La Ciudad más dulce de Venezuela (the sweetest city in Venezuela)|
|• Mayor||Francisco Capdevielle (PSUV)|
|Elevation||250 m (820 ft)|
|• Density||467.766/km2 (1,211.51/sq mi)|
|• Demonym||San Felipeña/o|
|Time zone||VST (UTC-4:30)|
|• Summer (DST)||not observed (UTC-4:30)|
|Website||Alcaldía de San Felipe (in Spanish)|
|Population is metropolitan area. City itself: 103.121.|
San Felipe (Spanish pronunciation: [sam feˈlipe]) is the capital of the Venezuelan state of Yaracuy. Former Venezuelan President Rafael Caldera was born there. It is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Felipe. San Felipe is situated in a rich agricultural region of Western Venezuela and produces many agricultural products for the rest of the country such as sugar cane, milk, livestock, grains and flour, where the current government has destroyed the production taking over of many farms.
- Cecilia Mujica, Rafael Caldera, Juan Campolargo
The town is/was served by a station on the national railway network.
Sub Teniente Nestor Arias Airport is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of the town.
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