A major avenue designed in the second half of the 19th century as a thoroughfare to border what was then the newest part of the city, with the purpose of fixing its boundaries. It starts out at the rambla in Punta Carretas and after a 90º curve, ends in Capurro. It serves as a means of connection with a number of national highways.
PUNTA CARRETAS, PARQUE RODÓ, CORDÓN, TRES CRUCES, LA COMERCIAL, JACINTO VERA, REDUCTO, PRADO, CAPURRO.
Buildings in very diverse architectural styles are to be found along the length of this street, as well as several of the city’s major monuments.
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