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British Cemetery, Montevideo
(2.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • A well kept cemetery. A park filled with flowers, which at this time is filled with colors. A small chapel and an excellent service, complete a last purple with great dignity.
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  • This cemetery is the most old in Montevideo and was founded in 1825. It is located in the center of Montevideo and between their tombs can be found of the fallen in battle of the Río de la Plata among others.
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  • I visited for the first time the "heritage day". Nice place, very manicured gardens with lots of history. Guided tours (year-round) are made, through the tour of their graves, we can know the origins of Uruguayan soccer. The best thing was the touch of bagpipes, great!
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