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South America trip Montevideo is the largest city, the capital, and the chief port of Uruguay. The settlement was established in 1726 by Bruno Mauricio de Zabala, as a strategic move amidst a Spanish-Portuguese dispute over the platine region, and as a counter to the Portuguese colony at Colonia del Sacramento. According to the census of 2004, Montevideo has a population of 1,325,968 (about half of Uruguay's population).It has an area of 530 square kilometres (200 sq mi) and extends 20 kilometres (12 mi) from west to east. My trip in South America with Kara Travel.Tour leader,ghid:Dan Cretu Video by Constantin Florea email@example.com
www.theredquest.com Part 8 of our South American Trip We fly into the Uruguayan capital and take a walk along the coast road, into the centre of town. We see most of the sights, sample some local beers and of course, dine on tender steak. Read my book about visiting every former Soviet Republic. Visit www.theredquest.com
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This video is a mix of clips attended with some uruguayan music while my drive through Montvideo - the capital city of Uruguay. The ride begins on "The Rambla of Montevideo" - a 22 kilometers long avenue along the coastline of the river "Rio de la Plata". Every part of the city has its own Rambla with lots of famous beaches like Playa Pocitos, Playa Malvin, Playa Carrasco and so on. Later on the ride continues through Colón and the back-country of beautiful Montevideo. Sorry for dirt on window! Lean back and enjoy!
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In this week's episode we're in the liberal, lazy and left-leaning capital of Uruguay, Montevideo! This is one of the most interesting cities we have visited and while the old town can feel like a ghost town at times, overall we really liked the energy and mentality of this seaside city. Learn more about long-term and indefinite travel on our blog: http://goatsontheroad.com GoPro footage of this video was stabilized using the Feiyu-Tech G4 Gimbal: http://feiyu-tech.com/ Follow our journey! Facebook: www.Facebook.com/GoatsOnTheRoad Twitter: www.Twitter.com/GoatsOnTheRoad Instagram: https://instagram.com/goatsontheroad/
Uruguay is emerging as one of South America’s favorite destinations. Its capital Montevideo has a warm, temperate climate, pleasant sea breezes and miles of boulevards. From Montevideo’s Telecommunications Tower you can see the hill that gave the city its name. Another tower, the Palacio Salvo looms high above the Plaza Independencia in the City Center. Under this square is the mausoleum for the country’s revolutionary hero José Artigas. Nearby Plaza Matriz is the city’s oldest square and home to the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral, the focal point of Uruguay’s Old Town. Soccer is big here and in 1930 Uruguay hosted and won the first-ever FIFA World Cup in the Estadio Centenario. Another proud local tradition is “parrilla" and the best way to try it is to buy cuts of meat in the M...
00.09 - 00.13 - Vista de la ANCAP desde Capurro 00.14 - 00.18 - Tanques de ANCAP desde Cerro 00.24 - 00.28 - Av Agraciada 00.29 - 00.33 - Bulevar Artigas 00.34 - 00.38 - Club Arbolito de La Teja 00.39 - 00.43 - Av Brasil y Araucho 00.44 - 00.48 - Gral Flores 00.59 - 1.03 - Barrio Atahualpa 1.04 - 1.08 - Pino en Belvedere 1.09 - 1.13 - Carlos Ma Ramirez Belvedere 1.14 - 1.18 - Buceo espacio verde 1.19 - 1.23 - Terreno donde estaba la cancha del Cadiz Real, barrio Capurro. 1.24 - 1.28 - Cancha de Liverpool 1.29 - 1.33 - Iglesia de las Carmelitas Prado 1.39 - 1.43 - Cementerio de LA TEJA 2,19 - 2,23 - Cielo de Malvin 2,41 - 2,44 - Conciliacion y Jose Maria Vidal 2,54 - 2,58 - Escaleras del Hospital de Clinicas 3,39 - 3,43 - Gran Parque Central 3,44 - 3,49 - Hospital Milita...
Reviva la transmisión completa del encuentro entre las selecciones de PERÚ y Uruguay por la fecha 14 de las Eliminatorias Sudamericanas rumbo a Rusia 2018, a través de radio Capital. Eliminatorias Sudamericanas Rusia 2018 Partido: Perú vs Uruguay Narración: Daniel Kanashiro Comentario: Diego Rebagliati y Alan Diez Emisora: Radio Capital Día: 28-03-17 peru vs uruguay eliminatorias peru vs uruguay eliminatorias rusia 2018 ricardo gareca seleccion peruana de futbol eliminatorias rusia 2018 peru eliminatorias sudamericanas rusia 2018 eliminatorias sudamericanas 2017 eliminatorias peru paolo guerrero luis suarez
They have their own way to make a barbecue and it is delicious. They used call it "Parrija". You can find it at the popular market of Montevideo called "mercado del Puerto", the capital of Uruguay. Uruguay is definitely a place to go. enjoy the video.
This is my travel guide to Montevideo, capital of Uruguay. Home to around 2 million people (Metro Area) This is a complilation of my experiences in that wonderful city. Information on food, culture, places to go etc. Please subscribe to my channel and follow me on: Instagram: https://instagram.com/rodrigomoratto/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rodrigomoratto Twitter: @rodrigomoratto Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/115531841285286890315