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Marcha del Orgullo Gay Caracas (Gay Pride Caracas)

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Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixedTrannies are most welcome
 
Marcha del Orgullo Gay Caracas (Gay Pride Caracas)
Address Caracas
Mainland, Venezuela
 
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Update event Last verified on 15. July 2016

Gay friendly hotels in Caracas

Details of the Event
Name of the event: Marcha del Orgullo Gay Caracas (Gay Pride Caracas)
Type of event: Parade/Street festival/Gay Pride
Languages of the website: Spanish/Catalan
Frequency/Date of the event: on 02. July 2017
Clientele: Majority or all guests are gay or lesbian (men and women)
 Transvestites / Transsexuals
Further details of the event (e.g. line up):http://venezueladiversaac.blogspot.com




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