[ syoo-thahthbaw-lee-vahr ]
/ syuˈðɑð bɔˈli vɑr /
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a port in E Venezuela, on the Orinoco River. 103,728.
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Ciudad Bolivar is the river-port of the Orinoco and an important rubber-market.Commercial Geography|Jacques W. Redway
In Ciudad Bolivar and in Valencia and elsewhere there are statues of him.
To our great delight we learned that there would be a steamer going to Ciudad Bolivar in about a week.
Thus salt, which is a government monopoly, costs sixteen times as much in Ciudad Bolivar as it does in Trinidad.
Indeed, it would be difficult to find a more beautiful picture of a city, when seen at a distance, than is that of Ciudad Bolivar.
British Dictionary definitions for Ciudad Bolívar
/ (Spanish siuˈðað boˈliβar) /
a port in E Venezuela, on the Orinoco River: accessible to ocean-going vessels. Pop: 344 000 (2005 est)Former name (1764–1846): Angostura
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