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CaptionPiria's Castle in the city of Piriápolis Maldonado Department Uruguay_________Uruguay officially the Eastern Republic of Uruguay or the Republic East of the Uruguay River is a country located in southern South America. It is bordered by Brazil to the north the Uruguay River to the west the estuary of the Río de la Plata literally "River of Silver" but commonly known in English as "River Plate" to the southwest with Argentina on the other bank of both and finally the South Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. About half of its people live in the capital and largest city Montevideo. The nation is the second smallest independent country in South America larger only than Suriname it is also larger than French Guiana which is not independent and is the most politically and economically stable._________Did you know .that rugby union in Uruguay is a major sport and that they have qualified for the Rugby World Cup? .that Uruguay is a major importer/exporter of Software in South America? ...that Uruguay is the most politically and economically stable country in Latin America? ...that the Human Resources consulting has declared Montevideo one of the cities with the highest quality of life? ...that Colonia del Sacramento is designated as a World Heritage Site?
HeadlineWikinews creates neutral free newsworthy and entertaining content using an open decision-making processes.
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