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Caracas

Santiago de Leon de Caracas, Venezuela's capital, sits in Cerro Avila Valley, where mountain ranges soar 8,000 feet from the Caribbean. Once inhabited by Toromaimo Indians, the city was founded by the Spanish in 1567.

Caracas has a largely service-based economy, apart from some industrial activity in its metropolitan area. Businesses in the city include service companies, banks, and malls and some of the tallest skyscrapers in Latin America are located in Caracas. 

Caracas is also Venezuela's cultural capital. Founded in 1721, The Central University of Venezuela is the oldest university in Venezuela and one of the first in Latin America. Chacao is the see-and-be-seen place to eat, drink and socialize in the city. Iglesia de San Francisco is a beautiful example of colonial architecture. Mountainous Parque Nacional El Avila teems with tempting trails.

Prolonged economic downturn has severely affected the country overall, however there are large multinationals that have decided to wait for the economic storm to pass, and also many individual professionals, especially in the tech sector, are available to work in outsourcing or as freelancers. People from Venezuela who have been brought up in the 1990s have a relatively high general knowledge and cultural standard, the language factor is also a competitive edge since English is learned in school, and the geographic location is very favourable for working with clients in North America and Europe.
 
 

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Belgrade

With a community of over 50,000 IT professionals and more than 3,500 IT graduates per year, Serbia is recognised for engineering talent, excellent English skills and very good connections to European capitals.

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Bucharest

Bucharest is Romania's largest city and capital, and also the largest IT centre in the country, with a community of over 60,000 professionals and over 5,000 IT graduates added up every year.

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Chisinau

Chisinau is the capital of the Republic of Moldova and its main industrial and commercial centre, as well as the most economically prosperous city in the country.

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Cluj-Napoca

Cluj-Napoca is “the Heart of Transylvania” and the second largest city in Romania, after the capital Bucharest. With a history going back to Roman times, the city has always been a cultural and economic landmark with historically strong connections to Western Europe.

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Iasi

Located in North Eastern Romania, Iasi is the historic capital of the Moldavia region. lasi is home to the oldest higher education institute in Romania and 7 universities in total. The city is now rebranding itself in the 21st century as an education and technology hub, with a focus on IT.

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Skopje

Skopje is the capital city of Macedonia and the home to a population of approximately 600,000 residents. Over the last few years the main university have worked hard to establish a strong computer science faculty to drive and support the fast growing IT sector.

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SOFIA

The capital of Bulgaria, Sofia, is a city with with approximately 1.5 million people living in its urban area, located in the centre of the Balkan peninsula midway between the Black Sea, the Adriatic Sea and the Aegean Sea. Sofia’s development as a significant settlement in the course of history owes much to its central position in the Balkans.

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Bogotá

Bogotá is the capital of Colombia. The city stands out for its economic strength associated financial maturity, with facilities to create companies and do business, the attraction of global companies and the quality of its human capital.

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Buenos Aires

The birthplace of the tango, Buenos Aires is the largest city in Argentina and offers a vibrancy similar to what you might find in New York City. The city is a top tourist destination that is known for its European style architecture and culture, so much so that it is sometimes referred to as the "Paris of South America.” Buenos Aires is rich in theatres, opera, symphonies, museums, literary halls, fine art, fashion and dance.

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Medellín

Settled in the Aburra Valley 5,000 feet above sea level, Medellín is the second largest city in Colombia. The city is home to more than 2.7 million people. Having seen a drastic decline in crime and poverty rates, Medellín is now booming, currently outpacing all other major Colombian cities in urban development. Known as the City of Eternal Spring due to its mild weather, Medellin is a great place to attract new hires to and retain local talent.

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Montevideo

Montevideo is the largest city in Uruguay with over 1.8 million people, almost half of the country’s total population. The settlement was established in 1726 as a strategic move amidst a Spanish-Portuguese dispute. The southernmost capital city in the Americas, Montevideo is situated on the northeastern bank of the Río de la Plata.

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Paraná

Located on the eastern shore of the Paraná River, Paraná is the capital city of the Argentine province of Entre Rios and a heaven for outdoor enthusiasts looking to enjoy sports such as windsurfing, water skiing, wake boarding, swimming and fishing. The city offers an ideal combination of beautiful landscapes, rich history, a thriving culture and business sophistication.

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Rosario

Rosario is just up river from Buenos Aires and home to more than one million people. One of the city’s main attractions is its neoclassical architecture that has been retained over the centuries in hundreds of residences, houses and public buildings. Along with Paraná, Rosario is one of the few Argentine cities that cannot point to a particular individual as its founder, but its patron is the Virgin of the Rosary, whose feast day is October 7.

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