Old Uruguayan on Avenida 18 Julio, one of Montevideo's thoroughfares


60s Montevideo architecture


Bike, Avenida 18 Julio


Cycling in the residential Parque Rodó neighbourhood of Montevideo


Downtown Montevideo is characterized by beautiful colonial buildings






Calle San Salvador in the beautiful Palermo district


Locals playing chess on the street


'Take the streets' and 'One man's city is not a city' - graffiti in Uruguay shows a lot of anger towards those in power


Retro coke in the old town


The beautiful colonial Palermo neighbourhood


Street art


An upcoming Uruguay-Colombia match - football (the European version) is South America's most popular sport


Google Aratirí - Aratirí is a large mining project that has caused controversy because of its possible environmental effects




Humanity 3.0 - Everyone together, everywhere, all the time


Annul the expiry law - referring to the law that gives immunity to those who were part of the government or the military during Uruguay's dictatorship in the 70s and 80s, during which time many civilians were killed (often completely disappearing)




Ciudad Vieja (old town)


Gourds from which locals drink mate (often while walking down the street), a tea-like drink


Megaphone advertising




'Persevere and you'll succeed' / 'Work is health' - (Facebook: Trabajadores Siglo Veintiuno, Workers of the 21th Century)


Flower bike


Plaza de la Independencia


Cerveceria (pub) La Pasiva


Rust is not a crime


In all directions - bus stop


Photo exhibition in the Montevideo subway (Subte)


Satirical posters about work ('Work dignifies' / 'Take decisions' / 'People understand if you tell them(?)')


Collecting the trash






Old bus in downtown Montevideo

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