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      Uruguay Information
Formally Uruguay country is known as the Oriental Republic of Uruguay or The Republic East of the Uruguay. Uruguay is situated to the southeast of the South America. It shares its boundary with Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to the north. Uruguay has only one land border. Uruguay River is located in the west. To the southwest it has the estuary of Rio de la Plata and to the southeast of the country it has the southern portion of the Atlantic Ocean. Uruguay area wise is considered as the second smallest country of South America. The total area of Uruguay is around 176,000 km2. The population of Uruguay is nearly 3.5 million people. Nearly 88% of the population is of the European descent. In the period from 1811-1828 Uruguay got its independence. It got its freedom after a subsequent three-way thrash about between Spain, Argentina and Brazil. The Government of Uruguay is Presidential republic. The president executes the responsibility of mutually the head of state and head of government. Uruguay is one of the economically advanced nations of the South America. Uruguay was categorized as world's ninth "Most livable and greenest" nation by Reader's Digest, and ranks the first position in all the Americas. In the year 2009, each and every kid of Uruguay was presented with a laptop and wireless internet, free of cost. This was the first in the world.

      Uruguay Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Uruguay has an extraordinary heritage of creativity and fictitious civilization, particularly for its miniature dimension. The donation of its sporadic defeater and various settlers has consequence of the inhabitant ethnicity that amalgamates this range. Uruguay is well known for the centuries old relics, citadel of the colonial age. The cities of Uruguay are prosperous in the architectural inheritance and a remarkable amount of writers, artists, and musicians. A form of dance that initiated in the locality of Montevideo is Uruguayan tango. The three major modes of music are Tango, candombe, and murga. The citizens of Uruguayan revel in the fine art of theater as well as many musical and dance ethnicity. Many of them still exist in Europe but with individual twirls of plays, concerts, exhibitions, or festivals. Tango is all about love, hate, and passion. Tango converts sorrow of individual into clean power and pleasure. In the core region gaucho culture is found, the cowboys of South America. Gauchos wear the identical customary clothes as they used to in the earlier ages. They have their personal style for music and dance. The gaucho is regarding conceit and self-respect, entity truthfulness, and national uniqueness. The Uruguayans are outstanding in producing the largest part of stunning handcrafted leather commodities. They are also well known for handmade woolen items, especially woolen sweaters, belts, boots, hats, and purses. There is also a place of ceramic crafts that imitate the regional color. Uruguayans are enthusiastic beach visitors. Camping and fishing are the other passions for the people of Uruguay. The national fascination for the people of Uruguay is Soccer. Horses are much loved by Uruguayans. Rodeos are habitually a thrilling passage for equestrian pleasure and ability, to reveal nil of the colorful dress and open well barbeques. Polo is also a well admired sport. Various sports regularly played in Uruguay are basketball, cycling, tennis, handball, and golf. The golf courses in the Punta Del Este area are World standard. Uruguayans connect in the extent of water sports. There is a diversity of eateries, movies, and musical shows every weekend in Montevideo. . Some of the tourist destinations of Uruguay are Colonia Suiza, Cerro Pan de Azucar, Punta Del Este, River Delta, Museo Didactico Artiguista, SOS Rescate de Fauna Marina, and Punta Del Diablo. Colonia Del Sacramento is a UNESCO'S Cultural World Heritage site which attracts the people with its exquisiteness and history.

      Uruguay Demographics
Uruguay total population - 3,510,386
Uruguay male population - 1,701,081
Uruguay female population - 1,793,301
Uruguay Afro population - 209,662
Uruguay Armenians population - 19,000
Uruguay Bulgarians population - 90,000
Uruguay French population - 300,000
Uruguay Indian population - 100
Uruguay Italian settlement population - 1,500,000
Uruguay Japanese population - 3456
Uruguay Korean population - 130
Uruguay Lebanese population - 70,000

      Uruguay Education
Uruguay nation is educationally advanced. The illiteracy rate of Uruguay is very low. The education in all aspects is free of charge. The primary education is obligatory in Uruguay. In the year 2009, each and every kid of Uruguay was presented with a laptop and wireless internet, free of cost. This was the first in the world. It was named as OLPC'S XO through the Plan Ceibal. OLPC is One Laptop per Child. Primary education covers six years of learning. The general education in the secondary schools includes six years of schooling classified into two three-year sets. The first, or basic, set is obligatory whereas the second cycle was stuffed to university training. The secondary school education which is considered as technical and vocational in nature is endowed with public technical education. The two structures were corresponding in structure, and there was slight stipulation for relocate among the two. All segments of civilization customarily are inclined to desire the academic path of study, which was considered as more esteemed. The academic secondary education had extended more speedily than technically. There was only one public university in Uruguay. It was the University of the Republic, also called as the University of Montevideo. It was created in 1849. University study lasted from nearly four to six years. Most courses of study were intended to last from four to six years Uruguayans revealed a tough fondness for the regulation and vocation they estimated prominent, like law, social science, engineering, medicine, economics, and administration. Spectators were persistent to note the inconsistency among university training and job prospects, typically in the esteemed fields.

Uruguay Symbols
Uruguay nickname - La celeste (sky blue)

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Image of Uruguay flower

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Uruguay Flag
Uruguay Flower
Uruguay Bird
Southern Lapwing

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Image of Uruguay song

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Uruguay Motto
Libertad o Muerte ("Liberty or Death")
Uruguay Song
"Orientals, our nation or the grave"
Uruguay Tree
"Ceibo tree"

      Uruguay History
The first European settlers in Uruguay were Spaniards. It was past 500 years. The inhabitant Charrua Indians disenchanted individuals' untimely voyage. The Portuguese initiated the first eternal settlement at Colonia as opposition to the competitor Spanish city of Buenos Aires on the opposite shore of the Rio de la Plata. In 1726, Spain countered by structuring a citadel at Montevideo, the present Uruguay's capital. Montevideo developed as the most important Spanish port of the South Atlantic. Uruguay was pulled in a conflict linking the Portuguese and the Spanish. Uruguay developed into a self-governing state. The independence of Uruguay was affirmed by Jose Gervasio Artigas in the year 1815. He was considered as the Uruguayan national hero for his "revolution of the poor." The freedom was achieved after a three year fight and a peace treaty was signed assuring liberty for Uruguay. The present two political parties were two aggressive groups appeared inside the nation. They are the Blancos (Whites) and the Colorados (Reds). Uruguay was flooded by social war, despotism, and political conspiracy. The executive of Jose Batlle y Ordonez organized a assortment of modifications and social services. The regime of Julio Maria Sanguinetti in 1984 controlled the self-governing civilization and promoted a course of national settlement among political groups. In the year 2004 Uruguay's fiscal obscurity made possible for Tabare Vazquez to succeed the executive lacking a surplus. The primary leftist to be voted president of Uruguay was Vazquez. The political circumstances of Uruguay are surrounded by the freest on the continent.

      Uruguay Tourism
Uruguay is popular for many destinations which attract the visitors all over the world. Most people visit Uruguay in summer. It is flourishes with well known white sandy beaches, old monuments and greenery. In Rocha department there is a significant fishing village, Aguas Dulces known for seafood and butia palm fruit. Parque Nacional Santa Teresa is an enormous park with the hilltop called as Fortaleza de Santa Teresa. It provides the visitors with beaches and forest camping services. Montevideo the capital city is very famous for the white sandy beaches. A popular museum located in Tacuarembo is Museo Del Indio y Del Gaucho. Mercado Del Puerto is well liked for its eateries and shopping stalls. Colonia Del Sacramento is renowned for the happening night life here. Some of the additional tourist targets in Uruguay are Colonia Suiza, Cerro Pan de Azucar, Punta Del Este, River Delta, Museo Didactico Artiguista, SOS Rescate de Fauna Marina, and Punta Del Diablo. Colonia Del Sacramento is a UNESCO'S Cultural World Heritage site which attracts the people with its exquisiteness and history. The Balearic Islands situated in the Southeastern coast of Spain, are customarily a summer goals for visitors. Uruguay tourism is a vital aspect for the nation's economy. Uruguay is a location with plentiful attractive coasts, fishing and hunting regions, hot springs, horse and cattle ranches. It has little towns affluent in majestic and premature national architectural inheritance, and an wide-ranging metropolitan area. Uruguay is together famous for global tourism goals and habitat to a dynamic, household tourist trade.

      Uruguay Transportation
After World War II, the Uruguayan government acquired the British-owned railroads and nationalized the entire system. The railroads are run by the State Railway Administration. Four main lines connect the western and northern areas with Montevideo. In 2002, there were 2,993 km (1,860 mi) of track, all of which were standard-gauge, government-owned track. The nationalization of the British-owned railroads which were obtained by the Uruguayan government was done subsequent to World War II. A highway encompasses outshined railroads as the major mode of transportation of traveler and goods. Nearly around 8,764 km or 5,446 mi of cement roads were available in Uruguay. The Economic Development Commission's 10-year plan from the year 1965 to 1974 supplied around $87 million for highway building and development. One of the main ports in Uruguay is the Montevideo. Some of the other ports are Colonia and Nueva Palmira. Uruguay has around 64 airports, in which 15 had paved runways. An intercontinental airdrome is located near the Carrasco beach resort nearly around 13 miles (21 km) from downtown Montevideo. The government-owned airline, Primeras Lineas Uruguayas de Navegacion Aerea (PLUNA), connects Montevideo with several global targets. Highways are the prime mode for transportation in Uruguay. Together a ferry and hydrofoil run linking Colonia and Buenos Aires. There are abundant buses and fares are inexpensive. Taxis are suitable for restricted journey, but car hiring being pricey are the typically preferred of overseas guests.

      Uruguay Taxes
Uruguay Country Income Tax - 25%
Uruguay Country Corporate Tax - 25%
Uruguay Country Sales Tax - 22%
Uruguay Country VAT - 22%
Uruguay Country employer's salary contribution Tax - 18.5%

      Uruguay Universities
ORT Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay - 8,000 Students
University of the Republic, Montevideo, Uruguay - 70,000 Students

      Uruguay Religions
Uruguay Roman Catholic Population is 47.1%
Uruguay non-Catholic Christians Population is 11.1%
Uruguay nondenominational Population is 23.2%
Uruguay Jewish Population is 0.9%
Uruguay atheist or agnostic Population is 17.2%
Uruguay other Population is 1.1%

      Uruguay Departments
Artigas, Uruguay - Population 79,317
Canelones, Uruguay - Population, 509,095
Cerro Largo, Uruguay - Population 89,383
Colonia, Uruguay - Population 120,855
Durazno, Uruguay - Population 60,926
Flores, Uruguay - Population 25,609
Florida, Uruguay - Population 69,968
Lavalleja, Uruguay - Population 61,883
Maldonado, Uruguay - Population 147,391
Montevideo, Uruguay - Population 1,342,474
Paysandú, Uruguay - Population 115,623
Rio Negro, Uruguay - Population 55,657
Rivera, Uruguay - Population 109,267
Rocha, Uruguay - Population 70,614
Salto, Uruguay - Population 126,745
San Jose, Uruguay - Population 107,644
Soriano, Uruguay - Population 87,073
Tacuarembo, Uruguay - Population 94,613
Treinta y Tres, Uruguay - Population 49,769

      Uruguay Government
The government of Uruguay has democratic constitutional republic. The president directs mutually as the head of state and the head of government, as well as a multiform party system. In the two chambers of the General Assembly of Uruguay the president movement's executive power and Legislative power is vested. The Judiciary branch is free from that of the executive and legislature. Uruguay implemented its first formation in 1830, subsequent the finale of a three year war in which Argentina and Uruguay battle as a local coalition the United Provinces of Rio de la Plata. Promotion by the United Kingdom, the 1828 Treaty of Montevideo constructs the basics for a Uruguayan state and formation. Efforts to modify the 1830 constitution in 1966 directed to the implementation of a completely innovative article in 1967. A constitution projected under a military uprising in 1980 was discarded by an election of the complete people entitled to vote. Uruguay's Constitution of 1967 twisted a well-built administration, focused to governmental and legal stability. Various terms were poised in 1973 but reinstated in 1985. The president and vice president are nominated by trendy voting for a five-year term. The executive departments are administered by the cabinet ministers individually. The Chamber of Deputies consists of 99 members, nominated for a five year term by proportional illustration. The Supreme Court is the chief court. Its panel of judges is nominated for 10-year period by the General Assembly. The Uruguayan constitution permits people to confront rules agreed by Parliament by utilization of a referendum or to suggest transform the Constitution by the use of a plebiscite. The upper chamber of the legislative body are the General Assembly, bicameral has around thirty senators and a lower chamber of ninety-nine representatives. The two earliest political parties of Uruguay are the Colorados (reds) and the Blancos (whites). They exist nearly from 150 years.

      Uruguay Geography
Uruguay is situated to the southeast of the South America. It shares its boundary with Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, to the north. Uruguay has only one land border. Uruguay River is located in the west. To the southwest it has the estuary of Rio de la Plata and to the southeast of the country it has the southern portion of the Atlantic Ocean. Uruguay area wise is considered as the second smallest country of South America. The total area of Uruguay is around 176,214 km2 or 68,037 sq mi. The population of Uruguay is nearly 3.5 million people. The countryside area mainly has rolling plains and low hill ranges known as cuchillas with abundant coastal lowland. An opaque fluvial system wraps the nation, which has four river basins or deltas. They are the Rio de la Plata, the Uruguay River, the Laguna Merin and the Rio Negro. The foremost interior river is the Rio Negro also known as the black river. Some lagoons are originated by the side of the Atlantic coast. The peak point of Uruguay is the Cerro Catedral which is at 514 meters or 1,686 ft in the Sierra Carape hill arrays. The southernmost capital city in the Americas is Montevide. Moderate is the climate in Uruguay. The weather is variable here. Primarily tenderly rising and falling scenery is quite helpless to quick variations from weather fronts. It obtains the sporadic pressure of the polar air in winter, and tropical air from Brazil in summer. The mountains are the barricades for the air masses freely move by the region, rooting sudden weather alterations. The total land utilized for agriculture purpose is only 7.43%. Some of the natural resources are arable land, hydropower, minor minerals, and fisheries.

      Uruguay Parks
Uruguay is most famous for its tremendous natural areas and a network of National Parks. Esteros de Farrapos National Park- Rio Negro is a Park located in the Esteros de Farrapos and Islands of River Uruguay. The Uruguay's east coast is renowned for lagoons as a wetland of global importance in the Ramsar gathering, owing to the existence of thousands of wandering waders, ducks, swans, grebes, flamingos, grebes, herons and other water birds. There has been record with 220 species of birds in a bird paradise. It is incorporated with around 24 islands and has an area of 174.96 km². Santa Teresa National Park is named after a hilltop fortress constructed in the 1972 by the Portuguese. Santa Teresa has an ample of area accessible for tent camping. It's preposterously inexpensive to camp there. There were conflicts held between Spanish and Portuguese, Spanish and British, and civil wars in that region. The fort has been re-established and is one of the major attractions to visit in the park. The trip to this park is very inexpensive. The total area of this national park is around 1054 hectares or 2064 acres. The place is administered by the army, and supervision is not of the standard quality. Arequita National Park - Lavalleja is also the popular national park of Uruguay.

      Uruguay Economy
The economy of Uruguay strictly depends on trade, mainly in the agricultural exports. The nation was exposed to the variation in product rates. Uruguay's fiscal display stayed further steady than those of its neighbors, an indication of its hard status between sponsors and its investment-grade supreme ruler link score is one of only two in South America. A deteriorating financial state cooperated as an element in revolving communal view not in favor of the lightly complimentary market fiscal policies approved by the earlier government of the 1990s, directing to the famous denial of suggestions for privatization of the state petroleum company in 2003 and of the state water company in 2004. The existing regime assured to make crisis plans to control the extensive troubles of poverty and unemployment. In accord with IMF a new deal was signed by the Uruguay's regime for the extra economic austerity. The regime's approach to encourage expansion is support on rising exports, mutually to long-established associates in MERCOSUR and to the EU and North America. A law offers for demonopolization of telecommunications and produced the structure for dictatorial workplace for telecommunications and electricity in February 2001. The previous state divisions had moderately slacken, counting insurance, mortgages, road construction and repair, piped-gas distribution, energy generation, water sanitation and distribution, cellular telephones , and airline transportation. User Uruguay Comments

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