What is the Palacio Salvo in Uruguay?
The Palacio Salvo is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay. Built in a mix of styles by Italian architect Mario Palanti in 1928, it was briefly the tallest building in South America. Although it is now mainly home to offices and private apartments, it is possible to rent an apartment for a luxurious stay or you can simply take a free elevator ride to the top of the building to enjoy the wonderful view. Palacio Salvo is conveniently located in the heart of Montevideo, close to public transport links, the main shopping centers and many of the city’s other attractions.
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