Uruguay Capital: Montevideo

Uruguay is a country in the southeastern region of South America. It borders Argentina to its west and Brazil to its north and east, with the Río de la Plata to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast.

Women's traditional clothes usually used Skirts below their knees, a colorful belt, and a poncho. Men's traditional clothes usually involved a button up shirt, pants that go to your knees, and boots.
Uruguay's climate is a little different from the United States they measure their temperature in Celsius instead of Fahrenheit in the summer the average temperature is 15C. Which is around 60F. Here.
The Uruguay flag has four blule stripes and five white strips and the symbol of the sun, which represents a new nation in the world.

The picture on the right is called a goway travel people eat this allot in Uruguay they also have sandwiches too.
Their population is 3,400,000
Money in Uruguay is called peso 1.00= 28.3748 so our money is less valuable than their pesos.
The economy of Uruguay is characterized by an export oriented agricultural section and a well educated work group along with high levels of social spending. So right now the economy in Uruguay is pretty good.
Tabaré Vázquez this is the president of Uruguay. Uruguay has a government just like ours.
Prior to European settlement, Uruguay was inhabited by indigenous people, the Charrúas. Juan Díaz de Solis, a Spaniard, visited Uruguay in 1516, but the Portuguese were first to settle it when they founded the town of Colonia del Sacramento in 1680. This is just a picture of what the Charrúas looked like.
In Uruguay they speak two languages. They speak Spanish and Portuguese
People are in many different religions some people in Uruguay are catholic others are mormon and some are Christian. This is a picture of one of their Catholic Churches.

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Created with images by tpsdave - "canelones uruguay sea" • paisa_38 - "tabare vazquez political uruguay"

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