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Inside Casa Lucia, the New Boutique Hotel to Know in Buenos Aires

New York Observer 03 May 2024
Located near the Rio Plata, the Edificio Mihanovich was designed to be tall enough for its namesake—businessman Nicolas Mihanovich—to watch his own ships depart for Uruguay thanks to its lighthouse inspired-design.
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Atlantic voyage uncovers sad tale of teenager buried 8,000 miles from home

The Times/The Sunday Times 27 Apr 2024
In 2017, Sandy Winterbottom, an environmental scientist, set off from her home near Muckhart, Clackmannanshire, for a tall ship voyage from Uruguay to South Georgia and the Antarctic.
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Irena: Plans are in the works for major maritime disruption in pursuit of clean energy

Independent online (SA) 17 Apr 2024
The initiative is led by Brazil, Canada, Norway, Panama, the UN and Uruguay ... Mojarro shared a vision of how shipping aimed to transition and planned to decarbonise the sector in 26 years ... Shipping transports 80% of global trade.
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What you've missed so far on the viral nine-month Royal Caribbean world cruise

AOL 10 Apr 2024
During the leg from Brazil to Uruguay on 2 January, passengers were met with a severe storm that caused flooding on the ship. The ship has 13 decks, and the storm led to ... "This ship is tough.
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Uruguay's Navy Looks to Shine a Light on Dark Fishing Fleet

The Maritime Executive 25 Mar 2024
In Uruguay, where China Dialogue has previously reported problems with foreign fishing ships docking at the main port of Montevideo, there is concern that going dark may be on the increase ... Ship shortage hampers fisheries enforcement.
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Frozen strawberries and oranges drive Egypt’s export growth to Brazil

Fresh Plaza 16 Feb 2024
However, Egypt still lags behind in the ranking of mandarin suppliers, as Uruguay and Spain shipped 5.3 thousand tons and 4.7 thousand tons of these fruits to Brazil last year, respectively.
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FIFA Museum embraces record visitors in 2023

China.dot.org 02 Feb 2024
... World Cup in 1930 and takes them on the iconic journey of the SS Conte Verde, the ship that brought the then FIFA President Jules Rimet and teams from Europe and Brazil to Uruguay for the tournament.
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Ex President of Uruguay: Why We Are So Close to Greece

Greek Reporter 29 Jan 2024
Shipping and immigration bolstered Greece-Uruguay ties ... Dendias also met with Uruguay’s Foreign Affairs Minister Francisco Bustillo Bonasso on Tuesday, to discuss the strengthening of the two ...
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Uruguay hinterland basks in art 'revolution'

News-Press Now 22 Jan 2024
In a seaside village in eastern Uruguay, well-heeled tourists saunter through a crowded art fair sipping crisp local rose wine as they marvel at the area's burgeoning creative scene.� ... 'In Uruguay you cannot do that.
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Este Arte international art fair in Jose Ignacio attracts thousands of visitors and art collectors

Hindustan Times 16 Jan 2024
In a seaside village in eastern Uruguay, well-heeled tourists saunter through a crowded art fair sipping crisp local rose wine as they marvel at the area's burgeoning creative scene ... 'In Uruguay you cannot do that.
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Uruguay hinterland basks in art revolution

Citizen Tribune 16 Jan 2024
In a seaside village in eastern Uruguay, well-heeled tourists saunter through a crowded art fair sipping crisp local rose wine as they marvel at the area's burgeoning creative scene.� ... 'In Uruguay you cannot do that.
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A cruise passenger was finally able to reboard the ship after 12 days, following a ...

Business Insider 10 Jan 2024
... journey on the ship ... On January 4, McWilliams said on TikTok that he was in Uruguay and was going to be reboarding the ship, going on to share updates on TikTok from aboard the Ultimate World Cruise.
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We're a month into the Ultimate World Cruise that's taken over TikTok, and the drama ...

Business Insider 10 Jan 2024
One TikTok-famous passenger, Anthony McWilliams, said he disembarked in Brazil and was told he would not be able to reboard the ship until it reached Uruguay the following week due to Brazilian port laws.
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What you missed from the first month of the viral 9-month cruise

AOL 08 Jan 2024
During the journey from Brazil to Uruguay on 2 January, passengers were met with a severe storm that caused flooding on the ship.
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