The World List of Tangibles of Tourist Attraction

The Legislative Palace in Montevideo, Uruguay, is the site where the Uruguayan parliament meets.

The construction of this building started in 1904 sponsored by the government of President José Batlle y Ordoñez. The building has 27 different colors of Marble. All from extracted from Uruguayan quarries.

It was designed by Italian architects Vittorio Meano and Gaetano Moretti, who planned the building's interior that is covered with marble. Among the notable contributors to the project was sculptor José Belloni, who created numerous reliefs and allegorical sculptures for the building.

Palacio Legislativo Palacio Legislativo

Location: Montevideo, Uruguay,

The year of entering to the World List of Tourist Attractions:   2018

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