Correo del Orinoco
|Founded||27 June 1818|
|Ceased publication||27 March 1822|
Correo del Orinoco (the Orinoco Post) was a Venezuelan newspaper created by Simón Bolívar. As such, it is the oldest sovereign newspaper on the Latin American continent. The weekly newspaper was published from 1818 to 1822 in Angostura, a city on the river Orinoco which has since been renamed Ciudad Bolívar.