Travel with The Art Explorers, Regina and Pat, to Uruguay’s capital city of Montevideo that contains half the country’s population, and is home to of one of the oldest opera houses in Latin America. The Old Town is lively, pulsating with rhythms, drums, and cheer that can be heard well into the evenings. Visit the home of an influential Uruguayan art curator and writer, who acts as their host during their stay in the country, tour the Carnival Museum, and experience wine bliss at a local premier winery.
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