São Paulo, Brazil opening of the World Cup 2014

Andrea Neves Holcberg from São Paulo, Brazil.

BrazilAndrea Neves Holcberg reports from São Paulo, Brazil.

The situation is not easy in Brazil because of the protests of the public against the money that the government spends in the infrastructure necessary to host the games.

Brazil is accepting the fact that the World Cup event 2014 is taking place in their country and they are halting their protests to honor the sport and then games.

As we can only expect from one of the “Favorite” teams, Brazil won to Croatia 3-1 and this not only alleviated the atmosphere, it als0  transformed the day into a great celebration for locals and tourists alike.

¡Gracias por apoyar nuestra labor!
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