Northern Interior (Uruguay)

The Northern Interior of Uruguay is a land of ranchers, cattle, and horses. Between the streams, hills, and hot springs of the sparsely populated departments of Artigas, Paysandú, Rivera, Salto, and Tacuarembó, life can feel a world away from Montevideo.

Landscape in Paysandú department

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Northern Interior

  • -30.466667-56.4666671 Artigas
  • -30.259658-57.5990871 Bella Unión
  • -31.566667-55.4666671 Minas de Corrales – see the remains of 19th-century mines
  • -32.818056-56.5063891 Paso de los Toros
  • -32.321389-58.0755561 Paysandú
  • -30.9025-55.5505561 Rivera
  • -31.383333-57.951 Salto – citrus growing town just across the Rio Uruguay from Concordia in Argentina.
  • -31.733333-55.9833331 Tacuarembó – an important centre of gaucho culture

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