Tag archives for Montevideo
Solar power is playing a central part in Uruguay's clean energy transformation.
Published earlier today on Triple Pundit.On what was once a factory shop floor in the Montevideo neighborhood of Palermo, 20-somethings huddle over their laptops at large tables or gather in minimalist conference rooms. Up one level, a 3D printer is ...
The graffiti can be overwhelming, but Montevideo is home to some brilliant street art.
Completed to mark 100 years of Uruguay’s constitution and the 1930 World Cup, Estadio Centenario is still a spectacular place for an afternoon of football.
The catchy lyrics of Happy are a great backdrop while showing how some expats are having their share of happy days in Montevideo.
Estadio Gran Parque Central is the home of football's soul in Montevideo.
One of the greatest pleasures of wandering through Montevideo is exploring its diverse neighborhoods, such as Barrio Prado.
Wandering through Expo Prado 2014 in Montevideo is not for the vegan or for those with a soft spot for animals, especially for chickens.
One can learn much about the current economy and culture in Uruguay by visiting the Expo Prado, the national fair ending on September 14.
Just a few steps from Montevideo’s stunning Plaza Independencia, Teatro Solis has been the center of culture in Uruguay since 1856.
Leon Kaye & GreenGoPost.com will spend some time in Uruguay and share some insight on this wonderful country of 3 million tucked between Argentina and Brazil.
Bicycling in Montevideo is a great way to enjoy the city's Rambla and savor for a fantastic daily routine for Uruguayans.
The Internet has made it far easier for the online artisan marketplace to thrive, allowing many to sell their handmade goods quickly and easily.
In my view here are the top 10 Instagrammers to follow in Uruguay. They capture the country's spirit beautifully.
Travel to any city should involve a visit to open markets, and in Uruguay, Montevideo's Feria de Tristán Narvaja is no exception.