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Caracas, Venezuela

Caracas (/kəˈrækəs, -ˈrɑːk-/, Spanish: [kaˈɾakas]), officially Santiago de León de Caracas, abbreviated as CCS, is the capital and largest city of Venezuela, and the center of the Metropolitan Region of Caracas (or Greater Caracas).[3] Caracas is located along the Guaire River in the northern part of the country, within the Caracas Valley of the Venezuelan coastal mountain range (Cordillera de la Costa). The valley is close to the Caribbean Sea, separated from the coast by a steep 2,200-metre-high (7,200 ft) mountain range, Cerro El Ávila; to the south there are more hills and mountains
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Cathy Linton
Catherine Linton (also known as "Young Catherine" or Cathy Linton and later as Catherine Heathcliff then as Catherine Earnshaw) is a character in Emily Brontë's 1847 novel Wuthering Heights.[1] She is the daughter of Edgar Linton and Catherine Earnshaw. Despite Heathcliff's attempts at exacting revenge on her for the indiscretions of her family, she eventually marries her true love, Hareton Earnshaw. In this way, she establishes equilibrium back in the story. About eleven o'clock that night was born the Catherine you saw at Wuthering Heights: a puny, seven-months' child; and two hours after the mother died, having never recovered sufficient consciousness to miss Heathcliff, or know Edgar.
— Nelly Dean to Mr Lockwood in Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights
Cathy is a very curious and mischievous girl
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Mambo Y Canela
Mambo y Canela is a 2002 Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión and distributed internationally by Venevisión International.[1] Alicia Machado and Marcelo Cezán starred as the main protagonists.[2] The love between Canela and Rodrigo is one that has grown out of friendship. Canela is a cheerful young girl who is in love with mambo, although she was in an orphanage and lived a harsh life. She finally lands a job as a product demonstrator, part of a team which participates in conferences and exclusive hotels. During one of these events, she meets Rodrigo, a photographer and son of a powerful businessman. Rodrigo has been cut off from his family after refusing to be in charge of the family business to pursue photography. There is an immediate spark between them even though he is courting Vanessa, a beautiful and sophisticated lawyer
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Toda Mujer
Toda Mujer is a 1999 Venezuelan telenovela produced by Venevisión.[3] An original story written by Pilar Romero, it stars Gabriela Vergara and Víctor Cámara as the main protagonists with Jean Carlo Simancas and Mimi Lazo acting as the main antagonists. Everything in Manuela Mendoza's life seems to be in perfect order. She is about to marry Ricardo Tariffi, an architect from a wealthy family. But when everything seems to be going well, Manuela will receive a very painful surprise. For the past 15 years, Ricardo has been living a double life. When he was 18, he had an affair with an older woman named Celia and they had a daughter Elizabeth who is now 14 years old. Ricardo doesn't have feelings for Celia, but he has never abandoned her because he was afraid of hurting his daughter
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Venezuela

Corruption in Venezuela is high by world standards and was so for much of the 20th century. The discovery of oil had worsened political corruption,[238]United States Department of State and the Government of Canada have warned foreign visitors that they may be subjected to robbery, kidnapping for a ransom or sale to terrorist organizations[230] and murder, and that their own diplomatic travelers are required to travel in armored vehicles.[231][232] The United Kingdom's Foreign and Commonwealth Office has advised against all travel to Venezuela.[233] Visitors have been murdered during robberies and criminals do not discriminate among their victims
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Alondra (telenovela)
Alondra is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carla Estrada for Televisa in 1995.[1] The story based on Casandra created by Yolanda Vargas Dulché. For personal reasons Yolanda Vargas Dulché change the name of Casandra to Alondra in honor of her granddaughter Alondra de la Parra. Ana Colchero, Ernesto Laguardia and Gonzalo Vega starred as protagonists, while Beatriz Sheridan starred as main antagonist
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Marielena
Marielena is a Spanish-language telenovela written by Delia Fiallo. It premiered on Telemundo in 1992, and starred Lucía Méndez and Eduardo Yáñez. The telenovela was originally aired in a few dozen countries around the world. The story begins with a woman named Carmela Muñoz giving birth to a girl named Marielena in the middle of the Florida Straits while escaping Cuba in a boat. Years later, Marielena is a beautiful young woman living in Miami with her mother and siblings, Enrique, Jr. a.k.a. "Kike", Mercedes a.k.a. "Meche" and Yolanda a.k.a. "Yoly". Marielena is engaged to a young man named Javier. Yoly is married to a man named Alfredo Minelli a.k.a. Fredy, whose father Rufino works at a restaurant serenading guests, and Meche is the girlfriend of Javier's brother, Leon. Leon and Javier live with their parents Fucha and Teo close to Carmela's home. One day while walking back home after buying flowers, Marielena is hit by a red convertible
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Rafaela (telenovela)
Rafaela is a Spanish-language Mexican telenovela produced by Nathalie Lartilleux for Televisa in 2011. It is based on the Venezuelan telenovela of the same name produced in 1977.[2] Scarlet Ortiz and Jorge Poza starred as protagonists, while Diana Bracho, Chantal Andere, Arleth Terán, Arturo Carmona, Jan, Jorge Alberto Bolaños and Michelle Ramaglia starred as antagonists
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Television Actress
An actor is a person who portrays a character in a performance (also actress; see below).[1] The actor performs "in the flesh" in the traditional medium of the theatre or in modern media such as film, radio, and television. The analogous Greek term is ὑποκριτής (hupokritḗs), literally "one who answers".[2] The actor's interpretation of their role—the art of acting—pertains to the role played, whether based on a real person or fictional character. This can also be considered an "actor's role," which was called this due to scrolls being used in the theaters
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