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Cabildo de Montevideo, Montevideo
Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
Those interested in South America's colonial past should pay a visit to Cabildo de Montevideo, a former government house and now a museum holding Montevideo's historical archive. Discover the origins and early history of the city, including exhibits about the Viceroyalty of the River Plate. Let the knowledgeable English-speaking guides lead you into the archival rooms to inspect the artifacts there, such as mid 19th-century blueprints for buildings dotted around the city. Cabildo de Montevideo is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Montevideo Edition.
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CABILDO é de 1830 (Presidente Fructuoso Rivera, primeiro presidente que prestou juramento ali, seguido por todos os presidentes por 90 anos) e foi construído, em estilo neoclássico espanhol, a partir ... read more »CABILDO is 1830 (President Fructuoso Rivera, first President who swore an oath there, followed by every President for 90 years) and was built in neo-classical style Spanish, from 1804, to be the seat of the Administration, when Montevideo was part of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. The Cabildo was the protagonist and witness to political, cultural and social events in the history of Uruguay. Today the public museum and Municipal historical archive of the Cabildo (since 1958) and is also designated the building, because it is the first building in the country. Open Monday to Friday from 12:00 at 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 11:00 at 5:00 pm. Free of charge.show original
Uns dos prédios mais antigos da cidade, ainda da época da colonização. Possui um acervo grande e interessante. A entrada é gratuita e proporciona conhecer um pouco mais da história uruguaia.Some of the oldest buildings of the city, even at the time of colonization. Has a great and interesting collection. Admission is free and gives you see some more of the Uruguayan history.show original
Arquitetonicamente é interessante, pois parece um forte, com aquelas paredes bem grossas e pisos de pedra. Em relação às obras expostas achei mais fraquinho. Uma peça ou outra é mais relevante. A entr... read more »Architecturally it is interesting, because it seems a strong, with those very thick walls and stone floors. In relation to the exhibited works found weaker. A part or another is more relevant. Admission is free. I didn't think it was a must.show original
Historic Cabildo de Montevideo.
Cabildo de MontevideoThe Cabildo of Montevideo - as he calls it regularly - has started a new stage, in which have been established among other objectives, presenting innovative Museum, proposing dialogue spaces and design curatorships that promote public reflection on various conceptual axes, generating knowledge about historical narratives that make the construction of our identity , integrating of how active the Museum in the life of the community. The historic Cabildo Museum, is in the process of repositioning, aims to be a benchmark Museum; an innovative space that make more dynamic interaction between the educational, cultural and artistic areas of the city of Montevideo.show original
Gabriela SunaThe old Cabildo (Communal) of the original Montevideo. Under renovation for a few years. The internal architecture is beautiful, Spanish style eclectic.show original
Luis TealdeGood careshow original
Banda AHistoric buildingshow original
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