Uruguay Montevideo

The clothing in Uruguay is Gauchos, colorful ponchos, broad brimmed straw hats, colorful scarves, and traditional berets. "Gaucho Clothes is the term used to refer to the traditional clothing used by the gauchos who live in Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil. The gauchos are the cowboys of these South American countries."
Uruguay has warm temperatures climate with almost unknown freezing temperature.
The national flag of Uruguay has a field of nine equal horizontal stripes alternating white and blue. The canton is white, charged with the Sun of May, from which dieciséis rays extend, alternating between triangular and wavy. The flag was first adopted by law on December dieciséis milochocientosveintiocho, and had diecinueve stripes until July once, milochocientostreinta, when a new law reduced the number of stripes to nueve The flag was designed by Joaquín Suárez.
Some popular food that's they eat are things like Asado, Chivito, and Empanada. An Asado is the traditional of grilling beef over coals (which translates to a barbecue in American English) The dish goes by "tirade Asado" A chivito is with lettuce, tomato, thin filet steak, bacon, ham, mushrooms, olives, and other really good stuff that would usually go on a sandwich. An Empanadas is a small pie that is filled with common meats and cheese.
The current population is 3,453,316 as of Wednesday March veintiuno veintiunodiecisiete based of the latest Untiited Nations estimation. Uruguays population is equivalent to 0.05% of the total of world population.
Money in Uruguay is called Uruguayan peso. Uno Uruguayan peso equals 0.035 U.S. dollar. The economy in Uruguay is good. If we lived in Uruguay instead of the United States, we would make 68.56% less money, be 10.96% less likely to unemployed, spend 85.10% less money in health care, and other things like that.
The politics of Uruguay abide by a presidential representative democratic republic, under which the President of Uruguay is both the head of state and the head of government, as well as a multiform party system. Juan Mería Bordaberry was an Uruguayan dictator.

Uruguay won its independence between 1811 and 1828.

Spanish is the language in Uruguay. Spanish is spoken by almost 99% of the population in Uruguay. It is influenced over the years by other languages of migrants to the to the country.
Approximately 58.1% of Uruguayans define themselves as Christian 47% Roman Catholic, 11.1% Protestans, and approximately 40.89% of the population professes no religion.
Located in South America.

When it is 11:39 p.m. it is 2:38 a.m. in Uruguay.

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