Estévez PalaceEdit profile
The Estévez Palace, or Palacio Estévez, is the oldest working place of the President of Uruguay (the Liberty Building and the Executive Tower being the other two). It was designed in 1873 by Manoel de Castel, and is situated in Plaza Independencia, Montevideo, Uruguay.
It was owned by don Francisco Estevez and his family until it was acquired by the Uruguayan government in 1880, when it was established as the working place of the president in 1890. It has since been converted to a museum, housing artifacts and mementos of the Uruguayan presidency and its office holders.