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Uruguay phone number list

in Musik 19.02.2020 07:09
von phonelist • 2 Beiträge

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South Americans often refer to Uruguay, that small country sandwiched between giants Argentina and Brazil, as the "first world of the third world". I don't share that opinion as you can plainly see there's still far too many people living in extreme poverty in this country, but it is, de facto, the most stable democracy on this continent.Just last week I made my way from Santa Fe,
Argentina, to Montevideo, Uruguay's capital and biggest city. I had visited Uruguay before, a few years earlier, but I had limited myself to Punta del Este, the country's premier vacation destination, and Colonia, a well-preserved colonial city. Travelers often overlook Montevideo as it's not a very touristic city, but it appears to be on the verge of a renaissance, finally recognizing the potential of its vast historic district, the "ciudad vieja", in the port area. Countless old buildings are being renovated and new pedestrian malls are being created. Not too long in the future, this part of town could become as popular as Buenos Aires' fabled San Telmo.For now, Montevideo's downtown is rather gritty, almost every building and monument suffering the indignity of ugly graffiti, and its streets are populated by a large number of beggars. The avenida 18 de Julio, the main commercial street, reminds me of avenida Santa Fe in Buenos Aires. Its sidewalks are bustling with activity during the day, but as soon as night falls, it transforms into a lifeless landscape. Locals warn you not to walk the streets at night, but that's good advice anywhere in Latin America, not just here.

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RE: Uruguay phone number list

in Musik 09.02.2021 04:55
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