If you have just a short visit to Montevideo, you must check off at least five of these places listed below. Montevideo is the capital and the largest city in Uruguay. It has well established public buses, and the roads are well maintained. The city’s Ciudad Vieja (Old Town) has a high concentration of colonial […]
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Football or soccer as we Americans call it is a national passion of most South Americans. At the beach or in the local parks, kids and adults are seen kicking soccer balls if weather permits. Standing here in the Centennial Stadium, I could only imagine the final match in 1930 between rival Argentina and Uruguay…the […]
By Ken Looi History of Solis Theater: Constructed in 1840. Designed by an architect, Modena Carlos Zucchi. Construction stopped due to civil war in1843. Resumed construction by an architect Francisco Javier De Germendia who modified Zucchi’s original plan in 1852. Opening performance was on August 25, 1856. We attended the Festival Mozart conducted by Diego […]