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Uruguay City Codes

City NameCity Code
Aigui446
Araminda37
Artigas772
Autodromo2
Balneario Las Flores43
Baltasar Brum776
Barra del Chuy474
Barrio Escavino349
Belen766
Bella Union779
Boca del Rosario557
Caballada52
Canelon Chico33
Capurro338
Cardal339
Cardona536
Carlos Reyles368
Carmelo542
Carmen365
Caserko Murialdo313
Castillos475
Casupi311
Cebollatk459
Cerro Chato466
Cerro Colorado318
Chamizo319
Colonia Cosmopolita556
Colonia Miguelete575
Colonia Piamontesa552
Colonia Rapettti346
Colonia Tomis Berretta562
Colonia Valdense55
Conchillas577
Constitucion764
Costa Azul (Rocha)479
Dayman73
Dolores534
Durazno36
Estacion Andreoni317
Estacion Sosa Dkaz390
Faro Jose Ignacio486
Florida352
Fraile Muerto688
Guichon742
Ismael Cortinas539
Izcua412
J.P.Varela455
Jose Batlle y Ordonez469
Jose Enrique Rodo538
Juan Lacaze586
La Barra (Maldonado)42
La Coronilla476
Lagomar38
Laguna Merkn679
Las Canas413
Lascano456
Libertad345
Mariscala449
Melo64
Mercedes53
Minas44
Minas de Corrales658
Mones Quintela778
Nueva Carrara415
Nueva Palmira544
Nuevo Berlkn568
Ombses de Lavalle576
Palmitas537
Paso de los Toros664
Paysands72
Piedras Coloradas747
Pintado354
Piraraji448
Playa Fomento587
Punta del Diablo477
Quebracho754
Rivera62
Rko Branco675
Rocha47
Rodrkguez348
San Gregorio de Polanco369
San Jacinto399
San Javier569
San Jose34
San Ramon312
Santa Ana588
Santa Clara de Olimar464
Sarandk del Yk367
Solks de Mataojo379
Tacuarembo63
Tala315
Tarariras574
Termas del Arapey645
Tomis Gomensoro777
Tranqueras656
Treinta y Tres45
Trinidad364
Velizquez457
Vergara458
Vichadero654
Young567
Zapicin463
Zona Franca982

Interesting Facts

Montevideo, founded by the Spanish in 1726 as a military stronghold, soon took advantage of its natural harbor to became an important commercial center. Annexed by Brazil as a separate province in 1821, Uruguay declared its independence four years later and secured its freedom in 1828 after a three-year struggle. The administrations of President BATLLE in the early 20th century established widespread political, social, and economic reforms. A violent Marxist urban guerrilla movement named the Tupamaros, launched in the late 1960s, led Uruguay's president to agree to military control of his administration in 1973. By yearend, the rebels had been crushed, but the military continued to expand its hold throughout the government. Civilian rule was not restored until 1985. Uruguay's political and labor conditions are among the freest on the continent.

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