Village of Curiepe,
Founded in 1723 by a group of free blacks, everything started with 16 houses on 2 streets on the eve of San Juan. Every first of June, the leathers of the drums in the village of Curiepe are heated up and its culture mixed with the religiosity giving a sacred meaning to a celebration as uninhibited as fervent, to Saint John Baptist of Curiepe, although it's hard to believe they do not have a weekend in their calendar where there is no religious or cultural manifestation.
Because among the many things that curiepeños know how to do well, one, is celebrating!
Cacao on the mane street (Vía Curiepe) = (going to Curiepe)
In the 50s it was said that in Venezuela the money was growing on trees, this was not a lie ... Our riches continued to multiply even more thanks to cocoa, a resource as delicious as valuable, which is part of the culture and way of life of the settlers.
I invite you to enjoy a town that not only tells stories of sorcerers ... Come and live your own stories that will stay with you forever!