Paysandu

The Paysandu was a Uruguayan patrol vessel of 180 tons displacement launched in 1935. The Paysandu was powered by two sets of diesel engines providing a top speed of 17 knots. She carried a complement of 51 and was armed with two 3 inch guns; two 47 mm anti-aircraft guns and two machine-guns.
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Paysandú

Paysandú is the capital of Paysandú Department in western Uruguay. The city is located on the banks of Uruguay River, which forms the border with Argentina. It lies {convert|378|km} northwest of Montevideo via Route 1 and Route 3, on the junction of the later with Route 90. Its status was elevated to "City" category on June 8, 1863 by decree L..
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Paysandú

city, western Uruguay, on the Uruguay River. The city was founded in 1772 by a priest, Policarpo Sandú, and 12 families of Christianized Indians, who ...
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Paysandú

Paysandú (pīsändOO') , city (1996 pop. 84,172), capital of Paysandú dept., W Uruguay, a port on the Uruguay River. It is Uruguay's third largest city and the commercial center for a rich stock-raising and farming district. In the city are meatpacking plants, breweries, flour...
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