Supporters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez demonstrate on the ninth anniversary of Chavez' return to power after the short-lived coup d'etat orchestrated by his opposition in 2002.
Dwellings painted in the colors of the Venezuelan flag and bearing the slogan of Chavez' socialist party are stacked on top of eachother in Petare slum in Caracas, the largest slum in South America.
Political propaganda in downtown Caracas, the geographical center of President Hugo Chavez' Bolivarian revolution.
Members of the new--and controversial--government-funded civilian militia created by Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez show their support for his movement during a march in Caracas.
Supporters of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez march in Caracas.
Jose Vicente Chavez, from La Guiara. "I'm a Chavista because he is one of us, he comes from the people. When he died, I thought that the world had ended."
The Cuartel de la Montana in the 23 de Enero slum in downtown Caracas houses the mortal remains of former President Hugo Chavez, and hundreds of visitors come every day to salute and mourn their former leader.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez speaks to supporters outside of the presidential palace, Miraflores.