The name Uruguay implies a stream of vividly coloured birds. It is a word in Guarani that was spoken by the locals of the territory. Uruguay has a rich agrarian and city history among its indigenous individuals. The prevailing pre-twentieth century domesticated animals driving methods are as yet used in the nation and are less visited vacation destinations than the lovely shorelines and downtown areas. The nation has a for the most part low-lying scene. Cerro Catedral, the nation's most elevated point, is 514m high.