Maldonado is a Uruguayan city of the Maldonado Department, from which it is its capital. Its population, as of 2004, is 50,147. Its foundation, carried out by decision of the Governor of Montevideo Joaquin de Viana, started in 1755 and finished in 1757, with the definitive settlement of 104 people. Its original name was Maldonado, but years later its name was changed to San Fernando de Maldonado, in honour to the King Fernando VI of Spain. Edit this section or read more

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