The Robin Hood Guerrillas: The Epic Journey of Uruguay's

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Anyone who’s been here will tell you one of the very best things to do in Uruguay is to simply spend a day lapping up the sheer wonder of its sunny, sandy beaches. Make your way to the tree lined Plaza Mayor to see some of the city’s favorite attractions and finest museums. These numbers do not include several hundred more who fled to the safety of right-wing regimes in the Middle East. There are more characteristics of the west found here, also. Sandra Stencel, Michael Lipka and Aleksandra Sandstrom provided editorial review and copy editing.

Pages: 402

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 1, 2014)

ISBN: 1497308720

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