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Registry Offices


Local Civil Registry Offices

Gobernación

Calle 95
Frente a la Plaza Bolívar
Maracaibo
Teléfono: +58-61-22.5428 / 5593
FAX: +58-61-22.8778

Registro Civiles Locales

Registro Principal del Estado

Av. 3, No 97-63
Edf Hagar (al lado de AVENSA)
Maracaibo
Teléfono: +58-61-77.1664


Jefaturas Civiles

Antonio Borjas Romero
Detrás de la Curva de Molino
Vía Concepción
+58-61-53.3872


Bolívar
Av Obispo Lazo con Calle 95
Maracaibo, Zulia
+58-61-22.5864


Marcial Hernández
Av. Principal Francisco Ochoa
Barrio Sur América
(no tiene teléfono)


Idelfonso Vásquez
Calle 38 con Av. 42
Vía Cleisitos
+58-61-54.0179


Prefecturas


Jesús María
Calle Bolívar al lado de la Comandancia de la policía
+58-75-34.304


San Francisco
Av. Principal de San Francisco, Diag. Iglesia Padre Vilches
+58-61-61.1350


Chiquinquirá
Av. 13 con Calle 96, Diagonal a la Basílica
+58-61-22.5170


Oligario Villalobos
Avenida 4, Bella Vista, frente Plaza 19 de Abril
+58-61-41.5614


Cecilio Acosta
Av. Principal con Calle 96, Diag. Lico José Vicente Lecuna, Barrio La Pastora
+58-61-86.9993


San Francisco
Av. Principal de San Francisco
+58-61-61.6429


Venancio Pulgar
Av. 79 Barrio Libertador
+58-61-56.4014


Raúl Leoni
Calle Cunano
+58-61-55.8054


Ciudad Ojeda
Ciudad Ojeda, Zulia
+58-65-26.553


San José
San José de Perijá, Zulia
+58-63-62.130


Distrito Perijá
San José de Perijá, Zulia
+58-63-62130


Municipio San José
San José de Perijá, Zulia
+58-63-62130


Distrito Bolívar
Santa Rita, Zulia
+58-64-97.241

Church Parish Archives

  • Iglesias Católicos
  • DIOCESE of ZULIA (Inglés)

The Catholic Church celebrates with joy the Centenary of the Diocese of the Zuila, which was erected on July 28 of 1897 by Pope Leon XII by means of the apostolic letters “Supremum Catholicam Ecclesiam”. That Diocesis, that is a continuation of the Arquidiócesis de Maracaibo has been first of other three ecclesiastical circumscriptions: two of them totally from Zulia, the Vatican of Machiques and the Diocese of Cabimas, and third, partially, the Diocese of El Vigia- San Carlos of Zulia. Its history began the 8 of September of 1529. That day the priest JUAN RODRIGUEZ ROBLEDO stepped on zulian land, with the Asombrio Alfinger expedition. The Eucharistic Celebration marked the beginning of the Church in that land to be later known as Zulia.

  • Arquidiocesis de Maracaibo
  • Diocesis de Cabimas
  • Diocesis El Vigia – San Carlos del Zulia

The Diocese of El Vigia – San Carlos of Zulia includes territory of two States: Mérida, corresponding to what is known as the Panamerican Zone and Zulia, corresponding to the cities in south zone of the Maracaibo Lake>, Lora, Caracciolo Parra and Olmedo, Tulio Febres Cordero, Justo.

  • Vicariato Apostolico de Machiques

 

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