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Ciudad Bendita

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Ciudad Bendita
Ciudad Bendita.png
Title card
Created byLeonardo Padrón
Screenplay by
  • Camilo Hernández
  • Mariana Reyes
  • Doris Seguí
Directed by
  • Fabio Velásquez
  • Sergio Martínez
  • César Bolívar
  • Édgar Liendo
Creative directorYvo Hernández
Music by
  • Pablo Escalona
  • Víctor Escalona
Opening theme"Ciudad Bendita" by Roque Valero
Country of originVenezuela
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes214
Executive producerCarolina De Jacobo
  • Juan Carlos Farfán
  • Damaris Padilla
  • Jesús Gavidia
  • Wilfredo Mast
  • Ángel Ruiz
Production locationCaracas
CinematographyJosé Pérez
  • Antonio Parada
  • Orlando Manzo
  • Juan Silva
Camera setupMulti-camera
DistributorVenevisión International
Original networkVenevisión
Picture formatNTSC (480i)
Audio formatStereophonic sound
Original releaseJuly 25, 2006 (2006-07-25) –
April 4, 2007 (2007-04-04)
Preceded byLos Querendones
Followed byVoltea pa' que te enamores

Ciudad Bendita is a Venezuelan telenovela produced and broadcast by Venevisión and distributed internationally by Venevisión International. The telenovela is an original story written by Leonardo Padrón.[1]

Marisa Román and Roque Valero star as the main protagonists. Since January 9, 2012, the telenovela has aired in Venezuela through cable channel Venevision Plus to repeated 4pm at 11:30 pm. It is considered a most successful telenovela written by Leonardo Padrón, after Cosita rica.[2]


Set in the heat of a popular market, Ciudad Bendita tells the love story between two peddlers, two losers, two people of the heap, as anonymous as any. Bendita Sanchez has a detail that obscures her beauty: a limp. On a bus trip back to Caracas she meets Juan Lobo, an ugly man that dreams of becoming a musician, and he instantly falls in love with her.

However, Bendita happens to love another: Yunior Mercado, a metrosexual playboy, and only views Juan Lobo as a friend despite his composing of various songs to win her favor.

Ciudad Bendita is a great tribute to unrequited love, as well as the story of a country, a people, an entire community living on poverty, and a handful of survivors who dream of learning the key to happiness in the muddy streets of a Latin American city.



Also starring

  • Juan Carlos García as Yúnior Mercado
  • Alba Roversi as María "Maga" Gabriela
  • Nohely Arteaga as Magaly de Mercado / Doble M
  • Gledys Ibarra as Mercedes Zuleta / La Diabla
  • Yanis Chimaras as Guaicaipuro Mercado / Puro
  • Beatriz Valdés as Trina de Palacios
  • Caridad Canelón as Peregrina de Lobo
  • Henry Soto as Kike "Kikin" Palacios
  • Carlos Cruz as Baldomero Sánchez
  • Carlota Sosa as Julia Barrios de Venturini
  • Lourdes Valera as Francisca
  • Luis Gerónimo Abreu as Jorge Venturini / Grillo
  • Milena Santander as Prudencia Barrios
  • Guillermo Dávila as Macario
  • Manuel Salazar as Rotundo Quiñones
  • Daniela Bascopé as Fedora Palacios
  • Elaiza Gil as Mi Alma
  • Ana María Simón as Mediática
  • Andreína Yépez as Zulay Montiel Barranco
  • Alejandro Corona as Etcétera
  • Jessica Grau as Marugenia "Maru" Torrealba
  • Yván Romero as Kenny G
  • María Cristina Lozada as Consuelo
  • Carlos Villamizar as Robinson Sánchez
  • Freddy Galavís as Ismael Lobo
  • Mirtha Borges as Bertha
  • Pedro Durán as Cafecito
  • Humberto García as Fausto
  • Martín Lantigua as Tobías
  • Jean Paul Leroux as Jerry Colón
  • Anastasia Mazzone as Kimberly Mercado
  • Laureano Olivares as Julio Augusto Sánchez
  • Susej Vera as Valentina
  • Josemith Bermúdez as Tiki
  • Antonio Delli as Gonzalo Venturini
  • Erika Pacheco as Vera
  • Adriana Romero as Yamilé
  • Paula Woyzechowsky as Rosita
  • David Garcés as Ricardo
  • Simón Rojas as Cheo

Special participation


  1. ^ "Ciudad bendita"
  2. ^ "La profecía de Bendita Sánchez sobre Roque Valero que muchos ignoraron". (in Spanish). Retrieved 27 April 2020.
This page was last edited on 29 January 2021, at 15:28
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