Constitution Square, Paysandu, Uruguay
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Constitution Square, Paysandu, Uruguay

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Constitution Square in the city of Paysandu, Uruguay. In it is a monument to General Leandro Gomes. On the square, projecting the facade of the main church of the city.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Uruguay


A: Cocina Palacio San José - Argentina

di Guillermo Moex, 43.4 km di distanza

Cocina del Palacio San José - Residencia de Justo José de Urquiza (1801-1870) - Entre Ríos - Argentina

Cocina Palacio San José - Argentina

B: Capilla Palacio San Jose

di Guillermo Moex, 43.4 km di distanza

Capilla del Palacio San José de Justo José de Urquiza - Entre Ríos - Argentina

Capilla Palacio San Jose

C: Chapel

di andreslukides, 43.4 km di distanza

Capilla en Palacio San José, Concepción del Uruguay.


D: El Palmar ENTRE RIOS Segundo parador

di Fernando Appeceix, 49.7 km di distanza

Segundo parador del Parque Nacional El Palmar, en la provincia de Entre Ríos, ARGENTINA.

El Palmar ENTRE RIOS Segundo parador


di Fernando Appeceix, 51.1 km di distanza

F: Parque Nacional El Palmar Argentina

di Guillermo Moex, 51.2 km di distanza

Parque Nacional El Palmar - Entre Ríos - Argentina

Parque Nacional El Palmar Argentina


di Fernando A. Riego, 51.9 km di distanza

H: Soybean by Around Studio

di Gastón González Massini, 81.0 km di distanza

Soybean by Around Studio

I: Viejo Tren Descarrilado En Entre Rios Ph Marcelo Botta

di Marcelo Botta, 85.1 km di distanza

Viejo Tren Descarrilado En Entre Rios Ph Marcelo Botta

J: Dam "Palmar", Uruguay

di Fernando da Rosa Morena, 100.8 km di distanza

The Constitution Hydroelectric Dam known as "Represa de Palmar" was put into operation on 27 August 1...

Dam "Palmar", Uruguay

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Uruguay, South America

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