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Holocaust Monument

Memorial al Holocausto

Although Jewish history in Uruguay is not very long, they wanted to honor people who died during the Holocaust.

Punta Carretas, Montevideo, Uruguay

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  • Port Market, Montevideo

    Port Market

    Various typical local products are being sold here regularly. You can buy souvenirs, food or beverages.

  • Solis Theatre, Montevideo

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    The oldest theatre in Uruguay and one of the most prominent in the whole Latin America. It is seated in a beautiful building.

  • Old Town, Montevideo

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  • Independence Square, Montevideo

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    One of the oldest and most important squares of Montevideo. It is located on a boundary between the Old Town and downtown.

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  • Plaza of Constitution, Montevideo

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