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David De La Mano just dropped us some sweet images from his latest artwork that was recently painted on the streets of Montevideo in Uruguay.

Entitled “Blue sky that travels”, the title is part of the lyrics from one of the most popular songs of Anibal Sambayo: “River of the birds”. This legendary track is beautiful popular song that survives in time.

In Uruguay, it can mean in the Guarani language “river of the snails”, word formed by uruguá (snail) and y (‘water’ or ‘river’). However, some authors state that Uruguay means “river of birds”, because “Uru” also means bird; “Gua”, place, e “y”, river.

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By: StreetArtNews