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Hot Uruguayan chimney action


Posted April 27, 2012
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Colonia: Smokin' for chimneys. © Ignatius Rake

Gabrielle Sentient-Match of Ifracombe spotted this stunning chimney while picking liver off a door in Uruguay.


Gabrielle writes: We all know chimneys are lush but this one really takes the biscuit. It was in Colonia del Sacramento, a former Portuguese settlement on the shores of the River Plate that is also the oldest town in Uruguay. The River Plate is a large body of moving water that's almost 300 km long and about 220 km wide at its mouth, but give me a chimney any day. Especially when it's red and white!



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