Dear friends, complying with the Federal Circuit corresponding to the year 2013, the Venezuelan Federation of Domino "FVD", programmed the National Championship Domino, open category, mode in pairs, male and female proviso for the day 180513 Saturday at 1.00 p.m., to be held at the "Princess PLAZA Hotel", located in Avenida Miranda East no. 106 (at 100 m from the Plaza Bolívar of Maracay in the city of Maracay in the State of Aragua.
I would remind you that the Domino State associations in compliance with the new regulations of the Federation Venezuelan of Domino "FVD", approved in July, 2010 at the General Assembly of delegates, forcing these associations, to attend only with their "selection state both in feminine as in men", which shall be composed of twelve (12) athletes respectively, such as reza chapter XI of the Federal Circuit's championships and national tournaments Article 115 of the regulation of the Venezuelan Federation of Domino "FVD".
Now I wish everyone without exception the success and remember the members of the national selection of Venezuela, which will continue to be observed by the national technical Commission.
Dear readers, will then share with you, a brief and heartfelt appreciation of the history of the beautiful city of Maracay, which is very extensive, in addition to being full of extraordinary teachings which hardly we can summarize it, however we will try to give them in two photographs part of the history of our country, they will be present: the SAMAN DE GUERE, (photograph of the year 1857), tree whose shadow inspired to grades of our independence, among them men to our father: DON SIMÓN BOLIVAR, we will also see the square dedicated to: DON ATANASIO GIRARDOT, one of the heroes of our independence, also watching in the background the Cathedral of Maracay.
Finally, I would like to share with all of you, the origin of the name of our beautiful city of Maracay:
The Maracay name comes from the Aboriginal word "Maracay" which means jaguar, although other theories say that the name comes from an Indian Chief. In these lands inhabited the tribe of the Tacarigua. The city is located in the basin of the rivers: Tapa-Tapa (lemon), Guey, Maracay and Tucupido, which flow into the Lake Los Tacarigua today (Lake of Valencia). Until the next installment.