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  1. 8 de octubre. El 8 de octubre es el 281.º (ducentésimo octogésimo primer) día del año —el 282.º (ducentésimo octogésimo segundo) en los años bisiestos — en el calendario gregoriano. Quedan 84 días para finalizar el año.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › October_8October 8 - Wikipedia

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    1. 314 – Constantine I defeatsRoman Emperor Licinius, who loses his European territories. 2. 451 – The first session of the Council of Chalcedonbegins. 3. 876 – Frankish forces led by Louis the Younger preventa West Frankish invasion and defeat emperor Charles II ("the Bald"). 4. 1075 – Dmitar Zvonimiris crowned King of Croatia. 5. 1200 – Isabella of Angoulêmeis crowned Queen consort of England. 6. 1322 – Mladen II Šubić of Bribir is deposed as the Croatian Ban after the Battle of Bliska. 7....

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    1. 1645 – Jeanne Mance opens the first lay hospital of North America in Montreal. 2. 1813 – The Treaty of Riedis signed between Bavaria and Austria. 3. 1821 – The Peruvian Navyis established during the War of Independence. 4. 1829 – Stephenson's Rocket wins the Rainhill Trials. 5. 1856 – The Second Opium War between several western powers and China begins with the ArrowIncident. 6. 1862 – American Civil War: The Confederate invasion of Kentucky is halted at the Battle of Perryville. 7. 1871 –...

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    1. 1912 – The First Balkan Warbegins when Montenegro declares war against the Ottoman Empire. 2. 1918 – World War I: Corporal Alvin C. Yorkkills 28 German soldiers and captures 132 for which he was awarded the Medal of Honor. 3. 1921 – KDKAin Pittsburgh's Forbes Field conducts the first live broadcast of a football game. 4. 1939 – World War II: Germany annexes western Poland. 5. 1941 – World War II: During the preliminaries of the Battle of Rostov, German forces reach the Sea of Azov with the...

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    1. 1609 – John Clarke, English physician (d. 1676) 2. 1676 – Benito Jerónimo Feijóo y Montenegro, Spanish monk and scholar (d. 1764) 3. 1713 – Yechezkel Landau, Polish rabbi and author (d. 1793) 4. 1715 – Michel Benoist, French scientist and missionary (d. 1774) 5. 1747 – Jean-François Rewbell, French lawyer and politician (d. 1807) 6. 1753 – Princess Sophia Albertina of Sweden(d. 1829) 7. 1765 – Harman Blennerhassett, English-Irish lawyer and politician (d. 1831) 8. 1789 – John Ruggles, Amer...

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  3. Plantilla:Efemérides - 8 de octubre. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Ir a la navegación Ir a la búsqueda. 1895 .—. Nace Juan Domingo Perón, político, militar y presidente argentino. 1912 .—. Comienza la Primera Guerra de los Balcanes entre la Liga Balcánica y el Imperio otomano. 1927 .—.

  4. La Avenida 8 de Octubre es una importante avenida de la ciudad de Montevideo, Uruguay.. Historia. Su trazado actual se corresponde aproximadamente con el antiguo Camino Real a Maldonado, el cual, desde sus comienzos fue el acceso desde toda la zona del este del país: Minas, Maldonado, San Carlos y Rocha, era además la vía principal de la primero Villa de la Restauración y luego Villa ...

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    Avenida 8 de Octubre is one of the main thoroughfares of Montevideo, Uruguay, extending 3.5 miles from Tres Cruces at the intersection with 18 de Julio Avenue to Maroñas, where it turns into Camino Maldonado. After extending for 250 m, it passes under Artigas Boulevard through a 300 m tunnel, and rises to the surface between Avelino Miranda and Presidente Batlle streets. Extended through La Blanqueada, Unión, and Maroñas, a large number of shops, public institutions, educational centers...

    By decree of December 20, 1866, during the administration of Venancio Flores, it was named Camino 8 de Octubre. The name comes from the date on which the peace that ended the Uruguayan Civil War was signed, on October 8, 1851. In the 1860s, the paving of the road was carried out from the current Plaza del Gaucho to what was then Montevideo Street. The paving works finished on July 14, 1867. By decree of November 4, 1867, the section of the old Camino a Maldonado between El Gaucho and Tres Cruces

    The main landmarks along this avenue are: 1. Catholic University of Uruguay 2. Médica Uruguaya Center 3. Sanguinetti Primary School 4. Geographic Military Institute

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    La construcción cuenta con un total de 190 metros de largo, conecta las avenidas 8 de Octubre y 18 de Julio, por debajo de la Plaza de la Democracia y Bulevar Artigas.

    En 1957 el entonces Consejo Departamental decide proyectar la construcción de un túnel vehícular en la intersección de Bulevar Artigas y la Avenida 8 de Octubre, en el barrio de Tres Cruces, cabe destacar que en ese entonces no existía ni la plaza de la democracia, ni mucho menos el centro comercial y terminal. Para dicha construcción, primero debieron realizarse ciertas modificaciones en lo que respecta a las cañerías de agua potable, cableado de las usinas eléctricas, como también el cableado de la compañía de trolebuses. La construcción finalmente fue inaugurada el 18 de julio de 1961. En 1968 comenzaron a circular las líneas de trolebuses, siendo la línea 4 la única en circularlo.[1]​

    En actualidad por el mismo circulan vehículos particulares, así como también todas las líneas de ómnibus de eje de Octubre- 18 de Julio. Es una importante vía, en lo que respecta a la evacion del flujo vehícular que emana desde Avenida Italia y Bulevar Artigas, y que por ende se concentra en la intersección de ambas avenidas.

    ↑ Carlos Cipriani (20 de agosto de 2017). «Peripecias de un túnel histórico». El País. Consultado el 10 de diciembre de 2021.

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