Our first post, where we explained the African heritage of Montevideo’s carnival, was so long that we decided to add a second gallery of photos from “Las Llamadas”.
Who would expect a collection of over 60 finely executed murals in a sleepy little town like Villa 25 de Agosto in Uruguay? Public art which is worth a visit!
An industrial slaughterhouse in Uruguay is now UNESCO World Heritage listed. It is the original home of brands like Oxo and Fray Bentos.
Many photos we take never fit into a blog post. They usually capture typical daily sights or oddities we notice during our travel around South America.
As I’m interested in architecture and art in general, I was surprised to find so many early 20th century Art-Deco buildings in Montevideo, Uruguay’s capital.