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Montevideo’s distinctive architecture

City buildings are a mix of readily identifiable designs, spanning more than a century. As in any big city, sometimes you have to look for the treasure amid the everyday, but you don’t have to do it on your own.

Guru’guay (the absolute best site for what’s going on and what’s recommended) has unearthed a little-known gem of an architectural guide to the city. Take a look at details about how to download the guide and “the Guru’s” suggestions. u-carved-door

Montevideo has an old world / European feel to it, which isn’t that much different from cities elsewhere in South America. There’s a significant amount of street art on the walls, along with territorial graffiti, also like any other city.

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