About: Unare River

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The Unare River is a river of Venezuela. It drains into the Caribbean Sea. In the 17th century the Dutch had a fort at the mouth of the river. It was constructed to protect their salt collection in the area. The other Dutch fort ever to stand on what is now Venezuelan soil (also in the 17th century) stood on the little uninhabited islet La Tortuga, just west of Isla Margarita. It was built for the same reason as the one in Unare: to protect the salt harvesting activities of the Dutch. The Caribbean islands St. Maarten and Bonaire (still Dutch up to now) would subsequently satisfy the Dutch demand for salt.

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  • El río Unare es un río de la cuenca hidrográfica en la parte central de Venezuela. Recorre parte de los estados Estado Anzoátegui y Guárico. Incluye dos lagunas de importancia, la de «Unare» y la de «Píritu», que están separadas por el río Unare. La cuenca del Unare abarca los municipios Miranda, Mac Gregor, Zaraza, Cagigal, Aragua, Piritu, Peñalver, Guaribe, Bruzual, Ribas. En este río desaguan varios ríos: río Aragua, río Guerre, río Quebrada Honda, río Ipire, río Guanape, río Guaribe y el río La Encantada.​ (es)
  • The Unare River is a river of Venezuela. It drains into the Caribbean Sea. In the 17th century the Dutch had a fort at the mouth of the river. It was constructed to protect their salt collection in the area. The other Dutch fort ever to stand on what is now Venezuelan soil (also in the 17th century) stood on the little uninhabited islet La Tortuga, just west of Isla Margarita. It was built for the same reason as the one in Unare: to protect the salt harvesting activities of the Dutch. The Caribbean islands St. Maarten and Bonaire (still Dutch up to now) would subsequently satisfy the Dutch demand for salt. (en)
  • O Rio Unare é um rio sul-americano que banha a Venezuela. (pt)
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  • El río Unare es un río de la cuenca hidrográfica en la parte central de Venezuela. Recorre parte de los estados Estado Anzoátegui y Guárico. Incluye dos lagunas de importancia, la de «Unare» y la de «Píritu», que están separadas por el río Unare. La cuenca del Unare abarca los municipios Miranda, Mac Gregor, Zaraza, Cagigal, Aragua, Piritu, Peñalver, Guaribe, Bruzual, Ribas. En este río desaguan varios ríos: río Aragua, río Guerre, río Quebrada Honda, río Ipire, río Guanape, río Guaribe y el río La Encantada.​ (es)
  • The Unare River is a river of Venezuela. It drains into the Caribbean Sea. In the 17th century the Dutch had a fort at the mouth of the river. It was constructed to protect their salt collection in the area. The other Dutch fort ever to stand on what is now Venezuelan soil (also in the 17th century) stood on the little uninhabited islet La Tortuga, just west of Isla Margarita. It was built for the same reason as the one in Unare: to protect the salt harvesting activities of the Dutch. The Caribbean islands St. Maarten and Bonaire (still Dutch up to now) would subsequently satisfy the Dutch demand for salt. (en)
  • O Rio Unare é um rio sul-americano que banha a Venezuela. (pt)
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