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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Cilindro Municipal

Cilindro Municipal (The Municipal Cylinder) was an Indoor arena in Montevideo, Uruguay. It was opened in 1956 for Industrial Exhibition of the Production of international character. On 21 October 2010, its roof fell down atop the inside structure...

El Día

It was established in 1886 by the prominent Colorado politician José Batlle y Ordóñez. Many of the most important Uruguayan politicians and journalists wrote in its pages: Luis Batlle Berres, Lorenzo Batlle Pacheco, Manuel Flores Mora, Manuel Flores Si...

Edificio Lapido

It is a multifunctional building, built in 1933 and designed by architect Juan Aubriot. It is a fine example of the Uruguayan international architectural renewal of the early decades of the 20th century. It is a National Heritage Site since 1989.

Edificio Panamericano

The Panamericano Building is a housing construction located in the area Buceo of Montevideo, Uruguay. It is located on the coast, across the Port of Buceo and on the border with the neighbourhood of Pocitos. It was designed and constructed by the ar...

Escuela Brasil

Escuela Brasil, or Escuela N° 17 Brasil, or Escuela "República del Brasil", is a public elementary school located in the barrio of Pocitos in Montevideo, Uruguay.

Estadio Centenario

Estadio Centenario is a stadium in the Parque Batlle neighborhood of Montevideo, Uruguay, used primarily for football. The stadium was built between 1929 and 1930 to host the inaugural 1930 FIFA World Cup, as well as to commemorate the centennial of Ur...

Executive Tower

The Executive Tower (Spanish: Torre Ejecutiva) is the workplace of the President of Uruguay. The original project was started in 1965 as a future Palace of Justice, but the 1973 coup d'état interrupted it. By the time the military government ended i...

Fortaleza del Cerro

Fortaleza del Cerro, also known as Fortaleza General Artigas, is a fortress situated in Montevideo, Uruguay overlooking the Bay of Montevideo. It belongs to the barrio of Casabó, at the west of Villa del Cerro. It holds a dominant position on the highe...

Gateway of the Citadel

Puerta de la Ciudadela (Gateway of the Citadel), is one of the few remaining parts of the wall that surrounded the oldest part of the city of Montevideo, the citadel, which was torn down in 1829. It is located by Plaza Independencia, in Ciudad Vieja.

Liberty Building

Liberty Building (Spanish: Edificio Libertad) served as one of two executive office buildings of the President of Uruguay (the Estévez Palace being the other). It was built in the 1970s during the military government for the Ministry of Defense, but...

Liceo Joaquin Suarez

Joaquin Suarez's high school was the first public secondary school in Pocitos, in the city of Montevideo. From 1944 to 1948 its location was in Magallanes street where he shared the building with the Italian School, a place that later the Faculty of Ec...

Montevideo Cabildo

The Montevideo Cabildo is the public building in Montevideo that was used as the government house during the colonial times of the Viceroyalty of the River Plate. Today the building is used as a museum and houses the Historical Archive of the city. It ...

Montevideo Shopping

Montevideo Shopping Center is the first shopping mall that opened in Montevideo. It is located in the neighborhood Buceo, on the border with Pocitos, right in front of the World Trade Center Montevideo.

Telecommunications Tower

Torre de las Telecomunicaciones (Telecommunications Tower) or Torre Antel (Antel Tower) is a 157 meter tall building with 35 floors in Montevideo, Uruguay. It is the headquarters of Uruguay's government-owned telecommunications company, ANTEL, and is t...

World Trade Center Montevideo

The WTC Montevideo is only 30 minutes away from Carrasco International Airport and 15 minutes away from the Port of Montevideo. It is next to Montevideo Shopping, in Buceo, the area of greatest growth in the city in recent years. Avenues of easy traffi...

Solís Theatre

Solís Theatre (Spanish: Teatro Solís) is Uruguay's most important and renowned theatre. It opened in 1856 and the building was designed by the Italian architect Carlo Zucchi. It is located in Montevideo's Old Town, right next to the Plaza Independencia...

Punta Brava Lighthouse

Punta Brava Lighthouse (Faro de Punta Brava), also known as Punta Carretas Lighthouse, is a lighthouse in Punta Carretas, Montevideo, Uruguay. It was erected in 1876. The lighthouse has a height of 21 metres and its light reaches 15 miles away, with a ...

Parque Posadas

The Parque Posadas (Posadas Park, in English) is a large apartments' complex placed in the geographical centre of Montevideo, Uruguay. It was built between 1969 and 1973, their firsts apartments were given that same year, although the official inaugura...

Palacio Rinaldi

Palacio Rinaldi is a building in Centro, Montevideo, Uruguay, located on the Plaza Independencia near its junction with the 18 de Julio Avenue, near the Palacio Salvo. It is a fine example of Art Deco architecture, built in 1929, by the architects A...

Palacio Municipal

Palacio Municipal (City Hall) is the seat of the local government agency of the Municipality of Montevideo, Uruguay. Located on the main avenue of the city, 18 de Julio Avenue, in barrio Centro, it was designed by Uruguayan architect Mauricio Cravotto....









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