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While travelling through northern Venezuela, most travellers opt to visit the capital — Caracas — and venture through the city streets, admiring the beautiful architecture and iconic landmarks. But there’s another place in the country’s north visitors should put on their must-see list: Colonia Tovar.
Colonia Tovar is the exact replica of an Alpine village. The villagers didn’t rip off a place in Germany just for the hell of it, but rather, the town was founded in the mid-1800s by a group of German immigrants.
And yes, the townsfolk celebrates Oktoberfest every year, staying true to their German roots with music, dancing and parades.
If that wasn’t enough to tempt you into visiting, Colonia Tovar also boasts many restaurants servin…