Maldonado, Duranzo, San Jose, Tacuarembo, Mercedes, Santa Luca
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6,122,871 (1995 Census)
On March 26th, 1974 the Eastern Republic of Uruguay accept their invitation. However, their state was in a moderate to severe state of infection north of Duranzo. Then the state of infection is light in the area to the south. The cities of Montevideo, Maldonado, Santa Lucia, San Carlos, and San Jose are clear of infection, as of the end of 1974 . As of September 1975 nearly all of Uruguay is scarred to clear in infection status. In 1975 Uruguay was given back the territory of Montevideo, with limited UR troops in the city to protect from infection, but rather have been re-assigned as a coastal defense and have begun to rebuild up the commerce, industrial and infrastructure of Uruguay. Uruguay's Montevideo is the headquarters of the United League of Nations. Uruguay's joint hosting of the World Cup gave them this honor as a summit to create the ULN was held at the same time in Montevideo. Uruguay's population has been clean immigrants from a destroyed Germany, Italy, and Brazil. Uruguay currently is in the agriculture, wine, light manufacturing, and tourism industries. Uruguay is the most popular tourist destination for Western Europeans, North Americans, and many Asians.