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According to a local saying, a lot of people will go to Montevideo when the end of the world comes, for the simple reason that it could be delayed there by 30 years.  Pessimism? Quite the reverse. What the joke is referring to is the city´s finest quality, its restful soul.

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Natalicio de Artigas

Held on June 19, Natalicio de Artigas celebrates and commemorates the life of the father of Uruguayan independence, Jose Gervasio Artigas. It’s a great day to be in Uruguay, with pride and nationalism spilling out on to the streets of every city, town, and village in the country. Parades, street festivals, dancing, and music provide a truly exhilarating patriotic experience.

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La Herradura Spanish school les desea lo mejor en el 2014. Un fuerte abrazo desde Montevideo para todos!!

Las costumbres uruguayos en Año Nuevo      

10 weird New Year traditions from all over the world

 

 

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On Friday 13th October of 1972, an Uruguayan plane, which was carrying 45 passengers to Chile, most of whom were students and rugby players, crashed in the Andes Mountains.  More information.

If you are in Montevideo, there is a very interesting exhibition in “Portones Shopping” on the second floor until August 25th.

 

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“La Noche de la Nostalgia”  is a party celebrated in Uruguay on August 24th, the night before Uruguay’s Independence Day.  Vive la nostalgia con la música de los 60,70,80 y 90. More information

 

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