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Square Thirty Three in Montevideo, Uruguay
Montevideo

Square Thirty Three in Montevideo, Uruguay. In it, you can see the memorial, reminding the meeting that was held in the square between Albert Einstein and Carlos Vaz Ferreira on April 24, 1925. The photograph was taken on a cloudy day. But still you can see people enjoying the plaza, fed the pigeons or just enjoying the outdoors.

Copyright: Fernando Da Rosa Morena
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13780x6890
Taken: 16/10/2011
Uploaded: 16/10/2011
Updated: 15/08/2014
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Tags: square; montevideo; uruguay; albert einstein; carlos vaz ferreira
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