Friday, October 17, 2008

F.E #1 Caracas Vs Carbondale

Caracas is the capital city of Venezuela. As a capital, is a very big metropolis. It has ten million in habitants, even when the city has a small space. However, Caracas has variety and diversity of thoughts, religions, and cultures. On the other hand, Carbondale is a littler town of The United States (U.S.), specifically in Illinois. This small town has equal diversity as Venezuela, but in this case it is caused by all the Southern Illinois University’ (SIU) students. SIU has so many students from all countries, and that helps Carbondale to be a city. The biggest difference between Caracas and Carbondale is the fact that the first one is the capital of Venezuela, is where everything happens, and is the only big city with facilities in Venezuela. The second one is just one of many U.S cities, and generally every city in the U.S. has similar facilities. None of these are better than the other; they are just different.

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