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Facing Buenos Aires across the broad Rio de la Plata you find one of Uruguay’s oldest and most picturesque cities. Recently declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO, the Old City with its charming streets is one of South America’s jewels that should be on the list of all visitors to the region. Founded in 1680 by the Portuguese, the city was fought over for nearly a century by Spain and Portugal due to its strategic location as a commercial port. Today, the past can still be felt and seen in the city’s cobblestone streets and stone houses. Colonia complements its historical value with natural beauty and miles of fine sand river beaches.
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