The French face Uruguay in the semi-finals of the World Cup.
History, Geography & Facts | Uruguay
Nearly half of the population is located in the city of Montevideo, while the second and third biggest towns, Salto and Paysandú, are small. Opposite a shallow cove at the estuary of the Río de la Plata, Montevideo combines historical quarters with high offices and well-equipped commercial malls.
Montevideo's old town, with its many art galleries, art galleries, art galleries, art galleries, art galleries, markets as well as numerous local shops and shops, is still the centre of Montevideo and is visited by tens of millions of international people. Favourite excursion sites include seaside towns such as Piriápolis and Punta del Este, as well as the Colonia del Sacramento work.