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Cuiabá, Very Close to Pantanal

Founded by Portuguese explorers in 1719, in the centuries 18 and 19 was fate of adventurers that came from São Paulo in search of the gold in the region. Also was setting of territorial disputes. One of the most notorious … Continue reading

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Five Building Arenas to Be Used Only for a Week

Upon choosing 12 cities to host the games of World Cup of 2014, the Brazilian government considered the opportunity of supply those places with infraestructure works that may improve the life of its inhabitants, even after the final party in … Continue reading

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Works on Arena Fonte Nova are ahead of schedule

The minister of the Sport, Orlando Silva, visit the works of the Arena Fonte Nova, this Friday morning, accompanied by the governor of the Bahia, Jaques Wagner. Salvador is the third city visited by Silva, that was born in the … Continue reading

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Close to the Pantanal, Cuiabá also prepares itself for 2014

The Brazilian Government authorized the liberation of R$ 384 millions for investiments in roads and transports in Cuiabá, capital of the State of Mato Grosso, and Várzea Grande, in the nearby, that hosts International Airport Marechal Rondon. The work is … Continue reading

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Brazil 2014: US$ 500 mi for starting three stadiums

BNDES (brazilian national bank for economic and social development) has approved the first three projects of the program ProCopa Arenas BNDES, created by the bank to finance the construction or renovation of the stadiums hosting matches in 2014. The beneficiaries … Continue reading

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