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Mar 25, 2021

[Answer] Which South American country is named for an Italian city?

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...1. Argentina 2. Venezuela 3. Uruguay 4. Brazil




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Venezuela - Venezuela was named by Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci during his 1499 tour of South America. While sailing along the coast of South America to Lake Maracaibo, Vespucci encountered Indigenous tribes and noted huts built on stilts as protection against flooding. This reminded him of the similarly constructed Venetian homes in his home country, leading him to name the area "Venezuela," or "Little Venice." Despite the Italian roots of its name, Venezuela was predominantly colonized by Spain, and is now a Spanish-speaking country. Many of the most populated cities are found along the same coast that Vespucci explored — including the capital of Caracas, where one out of every five Venezuelans lives.:


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