Museo del Carnaval
11 locals recommend ·
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Among its festivals, Carnival is one of most celebrated, a feast that has been celebrated since the 19th century record.
If you want to have a view of how Uruguayans live carnival, this is the right place to do that.
El carnaval es la historia hecha canción popular todos los febreros en Montevideo y en este museo hay una seleccion de esa alegria de todos los veranos.
Museo sobre el Carnaval en Uruguay. /// Museo sobre el Carnaval en Uruguay.
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