Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was at the National Stadium Mane Garrincha in Brasilia, Brazil, on Saturday (May 18th) to officially inaugurate one of the stadiums hosting the World Cup in 2014.
Brazil opened yet another World Cup stadium plagued by delays on Saturday (May 18). President Dilma Rousseff attended the official inauguration of the new 72,000-capacity Mane Garrincha stadium built in the country's capital city of Brasilia. It took some 5,000 workers toiling around the clock to finish the stadium, but FIFA and Brazil can now sigh with relief knowing that another stadium scheduled to be used both during the 2014 World Cup and the Confederations Cup this June is ready.
Brazil unveils $750m national stadium
Brazil has officially inaugurated its new national stadium in the capital, Brasilia.President Dilma Rousseff took to the pitch in what is Brazil's most expensive stadium, having cost more than...
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