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Later, in and , there was the assault of La Cabrera and the battle of Maracay where the patriotic troops were defeated.
The Federal War also left its mark on the town, seriously affecting the surrounding countryside. In addition, there was a terrible plague epidemic, apparently caused by the decomposition of fermented indigo, which claimed many victims.
In , La Victoria was designated as the capital of the state and later, in , it was moved to Maracay, a status it still retains.
Aragua was part of the Province of Caracas from European groups later penetrated the area of Aragua than what is now Carabobo or Miranda.
It was in the last decade of the 16th century when the Spanish began to implant encomiendas in the Valleys of Aragua. By all the lands of Aragua were divided among some 40 encomenderos , who lived primarily in the Valley of Caracas.
By La Victoria was a town with about Indians who only spoke Spanish and more than 4 thousand people from other groups, including Spaniards, Creoles , mestizos , blacks and Zambos.
Alexander von Humboldt referred to the fact that the population by in the area of the valleys of Aragua - which at that time included both sides of Lake Valencia - was mostly composed of brown and creole people, apart from zambos and slaves and that there were still approximately registered Indians, most of whom were concentrated in Turmero and Guacara.
None of them spoke their ancestral languages anymore. Aragua was created as a province on February 11, when it was separated from that of Caracas, with a territory similar to that which today encompasses the current state of Aragua and composed of La Victoria, Turmero, Maracay, Villa de Cura and San Sebastian, having the city of La Victoria as its capital.
Its capital changed to Villa de Cura in Finally in Aragua recovered its status as an autonomous state. In its capital was moved from La Victoria to Maracay.
In he elected his first governor under direct universal and secret elections which ended the practice of having a government designated from the central government in Caracas.
Aragua borders the Caribbean Sea to the north, with its coastline backed by the fast-rising central Cordillera mountain range.
Much of the rest of the state is made up of fertile valleys used for intensive agriculture, apart from in the extreme south where the flats of the central Llanos region begin.
On the western border is Lake Valencia. The Camatagua reservoir is one of the main reservoirs supplying Caracas.
Four natural regions can be distinguished in the entity: the coastal mountain range, the depression of Lake Valencia, the inland mountain range, and the Central Wavy Plains.
In the depression of Lake Valencia, recent sedimentary formations predominate, while the mountainous areas present others that are highly affected by metamorphic processes, although in the presence of nuclei with more conserved igneous and sedimentary rocks.
In the mountain ranges of the Interior chain, galleys can be observed, as spurs of that mountain range, which smoothen their forms towards the South until they enter the formation of the plains.
The maritime coast of the state extends from Turiamo Bay in the west to Puerto Maya in the east, corresponding to the central section of the Coastal Range.
The southern zone of the state runs from the southern piedmont lands of the Caribbean mountain range, through the curve of the meter level that separates the Llanos Altos from the Llanos Bajos to the depression of the Unare River and the San Carlos River that separates it from the Llanos Altos Occidentales.
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Maracay has good transportation facilities and infrastructure. It also has good access to Venezuela's small national railway system.
The city boasts the national Hidroplane airport, located on the shore of the Lago de Valencia Lake of Valencia. The city does not have a subway system, but one is in the planning stages.
Maracay has two airports. Maracay is a city heavily influenced by the military. Maracay is the cradle of Venezuelan aviation, and it is home to the two largest Air Force bases in the country.
Other military facilities include the Fourth Armored Division of the Army and the Venezuelan Paratroopers main base and training center.
The mountains on the north side of Maracay, that separate it from the coast, make up the Henri Pittier National Park , named after the Swiss naturalist that studied them.
The park is a very lush rainforest , with a great variety of ferns.