The smallest of the Spanish new-world colonies (not counting Caribbean islands), Venezuela spent most of its colonial existence fighting with neighboring colonies/nations over territory. Eventually, the Spanish lost land to the Portuguese to the east, the Tawantinsuyu to the south, and then to Panama to the northwest. Today, Venezuela still nurses grudges and dreams of regaining lost territory.
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