Colonia del Sacramento

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Colonia del Sacramento

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Colonia del Sacramento foi fundada em 1680 por Portugal foi a única cidade uruguaia colonizada por portugueses. Em 1777, com o Tratado de Santo Ildefonso, a colônia tornou-se uma possessão espanhola. Passear pelo seu centro histórico é como fazer uma viagem ao passado, já que as ruas e casas foram preservadas para manter seu aspecto original, com aspectos portugueses e espanhóis.

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