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Montevideo, Uruguay

LOCATION

Official Website:
http://www.montevideo.gub.uy/

Population:
1.35M (2004)

Founding Date:
24-Dec-1726

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jorge Pacheco Areco
Head of State
8-Nov-1920 29-Jul-1998 President of Uruguay, 1967-72
Jorge Batlle Ibáñez
Head of State
25-Oct-1927   President of Uruguay, 2000-05
Juan Maria Bordaberry
Head of State
17-Jun-1928 17-Jul-2011 President of Uruguay, 1972-76
David Edgerton
Historian
16-Apr-1959   The Shock of the Old
Jefferson Hack
Publisher
20-Jun-1971   Editor of Dazed & Confused
Felisberto Hernández
Author
20-Oct-1902 13-Jan-1964 Nadie encendía las lámparas
Luis Alberto Lacalle
Head of State
13-Jul-1941   President of Uruguay, 1990-95
Jules Laforgue
Poet
16-Aug-1860 20-Aug-1887 Pessimistic poet who inspired T. S. Eliot
Comte de Lautréamont
Poet
4-Apr-1846 24-Nov-1870 Les Chants de Maldoror
Jose Mujica
Head of State
20-May-1934   President of Uruguay
Cristina Peri Rossi
Author
12-Nov-1941   Los Museos Abandonados
Julio María Sanguinetti
Head of State
6-Jan-1936   Twice President of Uruguay
Tabaré Vázquez
Head of State
17-Jan-1940   President of Uruguay, 2005-10
China Zorrilla
Actor
14-Mar-1922   Elsa & Fred

DEATHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jorge Pacheco Areco
Head of State
8-Nov-1920 29-Jul-1998 President of Uruguay, 1967-72
Felisberto Hernández
Author
20-Oct-1902 13-Jan-1964 Nadie encendía las lámparas
Aparicio Méndez
Head of State
24-Aug-1904 26-Jun-1988 President of Uruguay, 1976-81
Amado Nervo
Poet
27-Aug-1870 24-May-1919 Modernismo poet, La Revista Moderna



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