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Insular Region, Venezuela

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Insular Region, Venezuela

The Insular Region is one of the 10 administrative regions in which Venezuela was divided for its development plans; it comprises all of the nation's islands, and is formed by the state of Nueva Esparta and the Federal Dependencies.



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