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Venezuela (8.00187 -66.11093)
Shaped roughly like a triangle, the country has a 2,800 km (1,700 mi) coastline in the north, which includes numerous islands in the Caribbean and the northeast borders the northern Atlantic Ocean. Most observers describe Venezuela in terms of four fairly well defined topographical regions: the Maracaibo lowlands in the northwest, the northern mountains extending in a broad east-west arc from the Colombian border along the northern Caribbean coast, the wide plains in central Venezuela, and the Guiana Highlands in the southeast.
Sector La Urbina, Área residencial El Marqués, Municipio Sucre, Miranda, Región Capital, Venezuela (10.49186 -66.81567)
Coordinates: 10.48190 -66.82053 10.50193 -66.80109 - Minimum elevation: 798 m - Maximum elevation: 2,624 m - Average elevation: 1,193 m
Ciudad Guayana (San Félix), Parroquia Simón Bolívar, Distrito Caroní, Bolivar State, Venezuela (8.34402 -62.65451)
Coordinates: 8.25764 -62.71864 8.39787 -62.53914 - Minimum elevation: 6 m - Maximum elevation: 204 m - Average elevation: 59 m
Bourgoin (North) Glacier, Teleferico: Mérida Aerial Tramway, Parroquia El Sagrario, Municipio Libertador, Mérida, Venezuela (8.54218 -71.05022)
Coordinates: 8.54160 -71.05068 8.54276 -71.04971 - Minimum elevation: 2,549 m - Maximum elevation: 4,926 m - Average elevation: 3,928 m