Torre de las Comunicaciones, Montevideo
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A landmark of modern architecture, Torre de las Comunicaciones dominates the city's skyline and houses a government-owned telecommunications company. Designed by architect Carlos Ott, the tower is 157 m (517 ft) tall, featuring 35 floors and 6 elevators. Take in the view of the city from the observation deck, and don't miss a brief stop at the onsite telecommunications museum. See Torre de las Comunicaciones and all Montevideo has to offer by arranging your trip with our Montevideo itinerary maker.
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  • The Uruguayans have special admiration for that monument. Thought it was cool, no biggie. You can pass in any city tour that the person get.
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  • Worth knowing the modern building which stands out in the skyline of the city, the same architect of the design hotel Burj Al Arab in Dubai. Through free guided tour if you can access has a gazebo with excellent prospects of the city, the vision is impaired by the glass that surrounds the entire floor.
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  • It is worth climbing up to the viewpoint from where you get a panoramic view of the city. It is one of the buildings most high of Montevideo.
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