Uruguay, Part 3

On my way to/ from Buenos Aires I made  two longer stops at both Colonia and Carmelo, two true  Uruguayan gems.

Colonia offers loads of colonial architecture charm,  cobblestoned streets, vintage cars all around the place  and a very relaxed, laid back atmosphere.

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It gets less vintage and colonial but equally charming in Carmelo, which turned out to be the ideal place to relax after a crazily busy  Buenos Aires week.

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My Uruguay photo portfolio can be found here.

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About Olaf Speier

Hello, thanks for taking a look ! When I am not traveling somewhere or into some art project, I devote my time to stock photography. This blog intends to give an insight into my current stock projects.
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