Brazil: FIFA World Cup Cities Tour 2014

Explore the cities that will be hot destinations for the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil, including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Salvador, Recife, Natal and Porto Alegre.

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Maracana Stadium
Maracana Stadium

Maracana Stadium

Brazil's Maracana Stadium was built for the 1950 World Cup. After extensive renovations are completed, it will become the first stadium to host 2 World Cup Finals in 2014. 960 1280

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Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

A statue of Jesus Christ towers over the city Rio de Janeiro, home to the 2014 World Cup. 960 1280

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Qatar presents a model of its Al-Wakrah stadium as it bids to host the FIFA 2022 World Cup during the FIFA Inspection Tour for the country's bid in Doha. 960 1280

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FIFA President Sepp Blatter announces Qatar as the host nation for the FIFA World Cup 2022. The United States, considered a front-runner, finished second in the voting. 960 1280

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Qatari journalists and fans react in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden after the announcement that Qatar will host the 2022 World Cup. 960 1280

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The downtown city of Doha, Qatar comes alive at night. 960 1280

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Japan's Shinji Okazaki fights for the ball with Qatar's Ibrahim Majed (L) during their 2010 World Cup qualifying soccer match in Yokohama. 960 1280

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Fans celebrate at a sports bar in Moscow after the announcement that Russia is going to be the host nation for the 2018 World Cup. 960 1280

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Slovenia's Bojan Jokic (13) challenges Russia's Andrei Arshavin during their World Cup qualifying playoff soccer match in Maribor. 960 1280

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Moscow's Luzhniki stadium was built in 1956 and boasts a Five Star UEFA rating. Its makeover, in preparation for the 2018 games, will take its seating capacity to roughly 89,000. 960 1280

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Parliament Hill in Ottawa

Parliament Hill in Ottawa

An under-10 girls soccer team plays a friendly match on Parliament Hill in Ottawa to celebrate the Women's World Cup soccer tournament coming to Canada in 2015. Ottawa will be one of the cities to host the tournament. 960 1280

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Winnipeg, Canada

Winnipeg, Canada

The Provencher Bridge crosses the Red River in Winnipeg, Canada, one of the host cities for the 2015 Women’s World Cup. 960 1280

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Edmonton, Canada

Edmonton, Canada

Edmonton, Canada, will be one of the host cities for the 2015 Women’s World Cup. 960 1280

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Olympic Stadium in Montreal

Olympic Stadium in Montreal

Built as the main venue for the 1976 Summer Olympics, Olympic Stadium in Montreal will be one of the stadiums to host the 2015 Women’s World Cup. 960 1280

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Moncton, Canada

Moncton, Canada

The riverfront city of Moncton, Canada -- nicknamed "Hub City" due to its central location -- will be one of the cities to host the 2015 Women’s World Cup. 960 1280

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BC Place in Vancouver

BC Place in Vancouver

The world’s largest air-supported stadium, BC Place in Vancouver will be one of the venues to host the Women’s World Cup in 2015. 960 1280

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