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The World Cup stadiums in South Africa

The Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban (Credit: smee.bruce on Flickr)

Within only a few hours the FIFA 2010 World Cup will kickoff in South Africa!

The world Cup is without a doubt one of the biggest televised events on earth – A 30-day-long global summer party.

The matches will take place in 10 venues in nine cities across South Africa, Five of which were built especially for the tournament, and five of the existing venues were upgraded.

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In addition to the sportive manifestation, viewers from all over the world will witness some spectacular examples of membrane roofing.

In the following days I will be covering on this blog some of most stunning stadiums where the 32 competing national teams will strive to win the desired FIFA World Cup Trophy.

In the meanwhile you can take a look at all ten stadiums that will host the World Cup modeled in 3D on Google Earth and Google Maps. You can download the gadget here.

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June 11, 2010 - 2:46 PM