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They're two completely different countries in South America. The capital of Uruguay is Montevideo, the capital of Paruguay is Asunción.
It CAN be called a democratic country.
January is the best time. If you want to visit its beautiful beaches I suggest you going in summer, of course, that's from the end of December to the end of March. January is when most people visits its beaches in the south east of the country.
If you want to visit historical places like Colonia and Montevideo you can go anytime. To visit Montevideo is better not to go during summer as there is very few people and most guides are in the east.
Uruguay is one of the safest countries in Latin America. Also, living outside its capital (Montevideo) is safer.
Uruguayans like to have a good time and go to the beach.
They also enjoy carnivals, and like to rent cabanas and relax there. ("What do people do for fun in Uruguay?")
Other than that, they enjoy playing sports. It is a very important part of everyday life in Uruguay.
The acoustic guitar.
In a regular apartment you could have a living and dinning-room, a closed kitchen, one, two or more bedrooms and a bathroom. Very similar to a US apartment but the kitchen that usually has a door, it's closed not integrated into the living room. However, some newer apartments are different on this and to save space are copying the American standard.
Most people has a personal laptop, you may found some that have a tablet PC as well and many have smartphones from Samsung, LG or Apple. Also you can check the bus schedules online and order food online to many restaurants.
School is mandatory for every Uruguayan children, they start elementary school at the age of 6 and leaves (to start high-school) at 11/12. Elementary school takes 6 years in Uruguay (high-school takes the same)
English is not an official language in Uruguay (Spanish is) so not many people speaks English. However, there are many bilingual schools (who teach in Spanish and English) and many people studies English but it's not common to speak in English in local shops. Hotels and tourist places yes.
Settled by Spanish conquistadors in 1537, Bogotá was a sheltered site near the Bogotá village of Teusaquillo. Santafé de Bogotá became the capital of the Viceroyalty of New Grenada (Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela) in 1550 because of its central location in Colombia. It was also the capital of the post-independence alliance known as Gran Colombia.
Its president José Mujica.
According to ask.com, 2552.5832 US Dollars (USD) is equal to 50000 Uruguayan Pesos (UYU).
Lago Rincon Del Bonete, Lagoa Mirim, and Lake Profound
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Uruguay Flag and Fast Facts Population
176,215 square kilometers
(68,037 square miles)
Spanish, Portunol, Brazilero
Uruguay is a Guarani word which means river of the painted birds.
It is against the law to harm dogs in Uruguay and all stray dogs are well-fed and looked after
Fog is very common in Uruguay because it has a very high humidity and there is an abundance of water.
In Uruguay every school I provided with a laptop.
The national anthem of Uruguay is 5 minutes long the longest national anthem to date.
You can enter Uruguay from the almost any country without a visa except for India
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is it true that they make musical instruments out of the trash that is found in one of the towns in Uraguay?on nov.17 2013 60 mins. had a show about this musical orchestra whose instruments were made from trash.
5 years and the president can't be re-elected.
Once every 5 years there are National Elections.
First on May of the Election Year every political party that wants to have a representation in the National Elections has to arrange internal elections to designate only one person that would represent that party in the National Elections. The government handles this internal elections and the citizens can (it's optional) go and vote between the choices each party gives (only one of only one political party), from that election only one person would come out victorious from each political party (there are three major political parties in Uruguay and 3 minor parties). Then those politicians will have a political campaign until the end of October when the first step of the National Elections are held (at this time the vote is mandatory for any Uruguayan citizen that is inside the country at that time), if one party achieves 50% + 1 votes then the new President is elected, if not the two most votes candidates will have a final round at the end of November (the vote is mandatory again for Uruguayan citizens inside the country at that time) where by simple majority the President will be elected. The parlament will be elected always in October along with the President if it surpasses the 50% + 1 votes, if not the parlament is elected anyway in October and the president and vice-president will be elected the following month.
A British Lord worked as intermediate between Argentina and Brazil to fix the dispute over the territory where now Uruguay is. The result of this treaty was the creation of a new country at the east of the Uruguay River (that's why Uruguay full name is "República Oriental del Uruguay", what means Eastern Republic of Uruguay). This Lord was named John Ponsonby.
Spain is a largely agricultural country. Spain produces crops like wheat, barely, vegetables, tomatoes, olives, sugar, beets, fruit, grapes, and cork.
Security and education issues.
The only official language in Uruguay is Spanish and is the only one talked by every Uruguayan.