Take a trip to the Legislative Palace Montevideo and Agricultural Market! Walk in the steps of history and understand the stories behind these buildings.
How much do you know about the history of Uruguay’s capital? Join us on a full-day tour to visit the Legislative Palace Montevideo and the Agricultural Market!
Inaugurated in 1925 in commemoration of the centenary of the Declaration of Independence and declared as a national historical heritage in 1975, the Legislative Palace Montevideo houses sculptures, reliefs and artworks. This is also where the Chamber of Senators and Deputies is housed, together with the famous “Hall of the Lost Steps” – as the headquarters of the legislative arm of the country, the palace’s symbology and neoclassical architectural style represent strongly the democratic values of the nation.
After the Legislative Palace, you will also visit the Agricultural Market, which was constructed between 1906 and 1913. The market is located in a district which was characterized by the existence of services destined to the supply of the city in the 19th century, so this place really has a whole lot of historical meaning to it.
What are you waiting for? Come join us on this tour now! We promise you will not be disappointed.
Duration: Full day
Start/End location: Montevideo, Uruguay
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