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Uruguayan Music flying like a bird

Historically, Uruguay, along with the South of Brazil and the Central area of Argentina, form part to the same type of “musical country”. We could call it the a nation of music from the pampas, the music of gauchos.

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Ricardo Rondón

In this occasion, Amura Yachts & Lifestyle takes the space of that maestro Ricardo Rondón has portrayed for two years, he has delighted us with his knowledge toward classical music and opera; today we would like to make homage to a professional who excelled in the field of the arts, subjects who do not enjoy of much diffusion in our country.

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The Pablo Atchugarry Foundation

Art will always be in need of organizations that back it up, that give it it’s space and allow them to make statements; offering a forum, debate and why not, an immense garden of 25 hectares filled with sculptures. Only one glance is needed to understand the headquarters of the Pablo Atchugarry Foundation, we then realize it’s commitment toward art and it’s exponents.

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A postcard from Punta del Este

“La Mano” which emerges from the sand in mid Parada 1 of la Brava, has rested here for 33 years; it was a late afternoon in February 1982, when Chilean artist Mario Irrazábal arrived to an event hosted by the Maldonado Intendancy, he would be participating in the First International Al Fresco Encounter of Sculpture in Punta del Este.

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Museo Ralli

As soon as you cross the door, it is possible to encounter a spectacular Dali sculpture, in it’s garden you will find bronze chisels of various Latin American Plastic Artists.  

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Ludwig Van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most important figures in all of classical music. His gigantic influence made an impression on nearly every composer who came after him, making his persona, name and identity one of the all-time greats!

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The Manila Galleon

Without a doubt one of the most famous episodes of the story of the New Spain concerns the Galleon of Manila, also known as the Nao of China.

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Miguel López de Legazpi

Forged in the struggle against the Moors, the sixteenth-century Spaniards were a strange mixture of medieval men with great religious sense, and were Renaissance adventurers willing to travel around the globe.

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Rabindranath Tagore

In 1913 the literary world was shocked. For the first time since its creation in 1901, the Nobel Prize of Literature was awarded to a poet who was not European.

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