This tiny cafe in Montevideo has played a bigger role in Uruguay’s history than its tiny size might indicate. Cafe Brasilero is the oldest cafe in the capital city, and has long been the center of its bohemian culture, attracting artists, writers, and musicians over its 140-year history.
Tango master and singer Carlos Gardel frequented the cafe, and author Juan Carlos Onetti etched part his first novel right into the cafe’s tables. Perhaps the most notable and longest patron was writer Eduardo Galeano, who visited the place every Wednesday for over 20 years. A large photo of him hangs at the cafe’s entrance.
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|Fountain of Locks||2019||1.4km||site_ao|
|Facultad de Ingenieria, Universidad de la República||1936||3.8km||site_brutalism|
|Banco de Prevision Social||1957||2.8km||site_brutalism|
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