Uruguay

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Eastern Republic of Uruguay
República Oriental del Uruguay
Motto: Libertad o Muerte
(English: "Liberty or Death")
Pambangsang Dalit: Orientales, la Patria o la tumba
Tungku (Sentru/Sidduan)
(and largest city)
Montevideo
34°53′S 56°10′W / -34.883, -56.167
Kikilalanan a amanu Spanish
Gubiernu Democratic Republic
Independence
 -  Danuman (%) 1.5
Populasiun
 -  July 2006 mga 3,431,932 (131st 1)
 -  2002 census 3,399,237 
GDP (PPP) 2005 mga
 -  Kaganapan/Kabilugan $54.58 billion (74th)
 -  Balang katau $16,000 (46th)
HDI (2003) 0.840 (high) (46th)
Pera Uruguayan Peso (UYU)
Time zone (UTC-3)
 -  Summer (DST)  (UTC-2)
Internet TLD .uy
Calling code 598
1.) Rank based on 2005 figures


Ing Uruguay (opisyal a buung lagiu Spanish: República Oriental del Uruguay; Pangayagkas a Castila: [reˈpuβlika oɾjenˈtal ðel uɾuˈɣwai], Eastern Republic of Uruguay)[1][2] metung yang bangsa atiu keng maulingaslgan dake ning Mauling America. Iti ing karinan da reng 3.46 million people,[3] nung nu 1.7 yuta makatuknang la keng tungku (kabisera) Montevideo ampo king kayang metropolitan area.

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Bangsa king Mauling America
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Dependencies: Aruba (Netherlands) · Falkland Islands (UK) · French Guiana · Netherlands Antilles · South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (UK)

  1. Uruguay. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc (2008). Retrieved on 2008-09-02. “Official name: Oriental Republic of Uruguay”
  2. Uruguay. The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved on 2008-09-02. “conventional long form: Oriental Republic of Uruguay”
  3. CIA - The World Factbook - Uruguay. Cia.gov. Retrieved on 2008-09-26.