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La Diligencia
Montevideo

Esta grande escultura foi inaugurada em 1922 e está localizada no Parque do Prado e é chamada de “la Diligencia”, é uma homenagem aos meios de transporte uruguaios anteriores a chegada dos trens. Aqui podemos ver a travessia de um charco, há um rapaz sobre um cavalo guiando a diligência para que encontre o melhor caminho, há o condutor da diligência e uma senhora e seu bebê; iInfelizmente os pequenos detalhes como arreios e chicotes foram roubados pelos vândalos, espero que isso logo seja restaurado e a escultura protegida. Esta escultura foi feita por José Belloni (1882-1965), são dele os mais impressionantes monumentos de Montevideo como os relevos do Congresso, a escultura “la Carreta” e a escultura “el entrevero”.

Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10768x5384
Taken: 16/12/2011
Uploadet: 17/12/2011
Opdateret: 18/08/2014
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