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Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
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The site of the first World Cup final, Estadio Centenario is the only historical monument of World Football, which makes it the only venue of its kind in the world. Finished five days after the beginning of the 1930 World Cup, the stadium originally had the capacity to hold almost 100,000 spectators. Today, the classic venue welcomes up to 74,000 visitors to matches played by the national team. The stadium also includes a museum exhibiting century-old jerseys and other objects that once belonged to notable Uruguayan athletes. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Estadio Centenario by using our Montevideo holiday planner.
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Fuimos con amigos y familiares a ver un partido de l selección uruguaya. Más que seguro. Compartimos espacio con locales y extranjeros, nadie agredio. Muy seguroWe went with friends and family to watch a match Uruguay l. More sure. We share space with locals and foreigners, no one had. Very safeshow original
Estádio Centenário, construído em 1929 e projetado pelo arquiteto uruguaio Juan Scasso. Em 1982, o estádio foi declarado monumento histórico do futebol, tanto por sua arquitetura como por sua importân... read more »Centennial Stadium, built in 1929 and designed by the Uruguayan architect Juan Scasso. In 1982, the stadium was declared historical monument of football, both for its architecture as for its importance to the sport. The tower was built in 9 months, in 1930, when the stadium was host to the World Cup, the year of the celebration of the first Centenary of the Jura of the national Constitution. There exists a tower of 100 m in height, with a beautiful view of the region and the Museum of footballshow original
Muy lindo el museo del estadio centenariocentenari y la visita a una de las tribunas. Estaría lindo entrar al campo de juego.Very nice Museum of centenariocentenari Stadium and a visit to one of the stands. It would be nice to enter the field of play.show original
Símbolo del fútbol mundial
Elie J Daher
Worth watching a match there. It's historical the stadium anyway.
Great historical stadium, nice view up from the tower. Museum has a lot of cool stuff, but it's very messy.
Uruguay is the best especially knowing that Uruguays stadium was the first to ever hold the very first world cup!!!
Good for tourists, lack of food places
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