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American Domains: Uruguay (.org.uy)

  

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.uy is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Uruguay. Domain names must be registered at third-level.

Background Information :

Population

July 2008 estimate 3,477,778 (132) - 2002 census 3,399,236 - Density 19/km2 (196) 50/sq mi

GDP

(PPP) 2007 estimate - Total $37.357 billion - Per capita $11,674

National Anthem

Himno Nacional Uruguayo (Spanish)

Area

Total 176.215 km2 (90th) 68,037 sq mi - Water (%) 1.5%

International Dialling Code

598

Currency

Uruguayan peso ($, UYU ) (UYU)

Population type

88% European, (Spanish, Italian and others), 8% Mestizo, 4% West African

Government

Presidential republic - President Tabarzquez Rosas - Vice President Rodolfo Nin Novoa

Language

Spanish

Motto

: Libertad o muerte (Spanish) "Freedom Or Death"

Time Zone

UYT (UTC-3) - Summer (DST) UYST (UTC-2) Uruguay (official full name in Spanish: Republica Oriental del Uruguay) is a country located in the southeastern part of South America. It is home to 3.46 million people, of whom 1.7 million live in the capital Montevideo and its metropolitan area.

Uruguay's only land border is with Brazil to the north. To the west lies the Uruguay River, to the southwest lies the estuary of Rio de la Plata, with Argentina only a short commute across the banks of either of these bodies of water, while to the south-east lies the South Atlantic Ocean. Uruguay's surface is 176.214 km being by its territorial extension the second smallest country in South America, larger only than Suriname and the French overseas department of French Guiana.


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