Estadio Saroldi

Estadio Saroldi (full name: Parque Federico Omar Saroldi) is a multi-use stadium in Montevideo, Uruguay. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 6,000 all seated. Originally, the stadium was named as "Olimpia Park", as it served as home to Olimpia (...) More

Virgen del Carmen y Santa Teresita, Montevideo

Distance: 0.35 km

The Church of the Virgin of Mount Carmel and St. Thérèse of Lisieux , also known as Iglesia de los Carmelitas, is a Roman Catholic parish church in the neighbourhood of Prado, Montevideo, Uruguay. The church was built in Neo-Gothic style by architects Guillermo Armas and Albérico Isola, between 1929 (...) More

Estadio Viera

Distance: 0.39 km

Estadio Viera is a multi-purpose stadium in Montevideo, Uruguay. It is the home of Montevideo Wanderers Fútbol Club, and is currently used solely for football matches. The stadium holds 11,000 people and was built in 1933 (...) More

Prado, Montevideo

Distance: 0.46 km

Prado is a barrio (neighbourhood or district) and a major public park in Montevideo, Uruguay. Together with Nueva Savona, they form the Prado - Nueva Savona composite barrio. Prado is also the name given to all the park areas on both sides of Miguelete Creek, limited by the bridge of Agraciada (...) More

Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Montevideo

Distance: 0.65 km

The Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church is an Eastern Orthodox church building located in the grounds of the headquarters of the Greek Community in Prado neighbourhood in Montevideo, Uruguay. This church is a social and religious meeting point for the Greek Uruguayan community (...) More