Interesting that outside Peru we don't have any cultural sites so far.
Just to quickly propose some, though I will admit Latin America is much more of a blank spot than I thought it would be in my knowledge, and the Caribbean even more so.
: Established by Henry Ford in the Amazon Rainforest in 1928 as a prefabricated industrial town intended to be inhabited by 10,000 people to secure a source of cultivated rubber for the automobile manufacturing operations of the Ford Motor Company in the United States. A business failure the town was abandoned by the Ford Company in 1934, and has mostly been in a semi abandoned state sinceOUV comaprison
: Sewell Mining Town, Fray Bentos
: Teatro Amazonas, Manaus (Opera House)
(perhaps with Teatro de Paz in Belem)Country
: Yes (5996)Criteria
: A Belle Époque Opera House in the middle of the Amazon Rainforest. Flush with money from exports from its rubber plantations, the region flourished–particularly the capital city of Manaus. Here wealthy rubber barons tried to recreate the lavish lifestyle of the European elite, and what better way to do so then with an opera house, built in the middle of the rain forest: the Teatro Amazonas.OUV comaprison
: Bayreuth, Sydney Opera House
I'm honestly not trying to propose every stadium in the world, but this one stood out, the alternative is the Maracana in RioSite
: Estadio Centenario, MontevideoCountry
: The stadium was built between 1929 and 1930 to host the inaugural 1930 FIFA World Cup, as well as to commemorate the centennial of Uruguay's first constitution. It is listed by FIFA as the first historical monument of World Football, the only building of its kind worldwide.
It is mostly in the same condition as it was when built, especially the iconic Art Deco Tower of Tributes
: Olympic Stadium Munich, Architecture of Archibald Leitch