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La Plata, Argentina in South America

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Sunset View of Colonia Lighthouse, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay Featured La Plata Print

Sunset View of Colonia Lighthouse, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

Colonia del Sacramento is a city in southwestern Uruguay, by the RA?o de la Plata, facing Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is one of the oldest towns in Uruguay and capital of the Colonia Department. It is renowned for its historic quarter, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Colonia lighthouse, which is more than 150 years old, was built over the convent ruins of the 17th century Convent of San Francisco. It offers an amazing views of the old town

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Satellite view of South America Featured La Plata Print

Satellite view of South America

June 6, 2010 - Satellite view of South America. Visible countries are Argentina on the left half of the image, Uruguay near the center of the image, which is surrounded by Brazil to the north, and Argentina to the west. North of Uruguay (and north of the skinny arm of Argentina that sticks out to the northeast), is Paraguay. A little piece of Bolivia is visible in the top left corner.
The Rio de la Plata Estuary, which is formed by the Uruguay River and the Parana River, is visible between Uruguay and Argentina. This estuary opens up into the Atlantic Ocean and the capital cities of both countries reside along it. Buenos Aires, Argentina is visible as a semi-circular gray patch on the southwestern end and Montivideo, Uruguay is a smaller grayish patch near the north side of the opening of the estuary

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The Rio de la Plata estuary Featured La Plata Print

The Rio de la Plata estuary

March 25, 2010 - The Rio de la Plata estuary saturated with sediment at the confluence of the Parana River and the Uruguay River. Such large amounts of sediment can often be seen in the river basin, and provide nutrients to the phytoplankton blooms that are regularly observed off the coast of Argentina. Further south, a greenish bloom of these phytoplankton is visible along the coastline. The Rio de la Plata Estuary opens up into the Atlantic Ocean and the capital cities of both countries reside along it. Buenos Aires, Argentina is visible as a semi-circular gray patch on the southwestern end and Montivideo, Uruguay is a smaller grayish patch near the north side of the opening of the estuary

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