We are in & out in about an hour. Make sure you watch the video upstairs as it gave a lot of insight into Carlos Paez Vilaró's life and his desire to help the less fortunate. He even worked with Dr. Schweitzer. I ramble...but it was an interesting "living sculpture" and is reminiscent of Greek architecture. It was interesting to see and the view is spectacular. We didn't go when the whales are around, but on a cold winter week, we were able to go to Punta del Este on the one fine, sunny day in July! Awesome.
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