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Pass By: Mercado del Puerto, Perez Castellano, Esquina Com Rambla 25 de Agosto de 1825, Montevideo Uruguay
In older times, cuts of beef, vegetables and fruit left on ships bound for Paraguay from this market. Today the market's original flagstones and iron structure are the setting for the daily spectacle of barbecue, or asado as we call it.
Pass By: Casa de Jose Garibaldi, Veinticinco de Mayo 314 Barrio Ciudad Vieja, Montevideo 11002 Uruguay
This is where a young Giuseppe Garibaldi lived while in exile from Italy to avoid punishment for leading an uprising. He took up the opportunity to support the Italian community by fighting in our civil war.
Pass By: Plaza Zabala, Durango y Circunvalacion, Montevideo Uruguay
Trade flourished in the city's golden age of the 1930's. A dictator decided to pay honor to the general that founded the city by erecting a statue in his honor. The dictator was Terra, and the General was Zabala.
Pass By: Palacio Salvo, Plaza Independencia 848, Montevideo 11000 Uruguay
Palacio Salvo was described in the newspapers as a "dwarf with a top hat". Because of its bizarre Renaissance architecture, el Palacio Salvo is the idiosyncratic birthmark on the skyline of the city.
Pass By: Plaza Independencia, Montevideo Uruguay
In the center of Plaza Independencia is a monument to the revolutionary José Gervasio Artigas. He organized the people in a march of unification. Around its base you'll find children, old men, women, animals, Guaraní natives and African slaves.