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Where to go to see this 2014 FIFA Wold Cup games

Where to go to see this 2014 FIFA Wold Cup games

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on June 12, 2014

Every Venezuelan football fan would want to travel to the World Cup, but millions could not make it for many reasons. However, there are ways to stay close to a sport event of this magnitude. One of them is to live it from the Brazil-Venezuela Cultural Center, located in Caracas.

The institution is equipped with all the facilities for fans to see each of the 64 matches of the World Cup in a different atmosphere. Besides that, It will be an exhibit called "Tesoros del Mundial" and there will be a replica of the World Cup trophy, the official ball, newspaper clippings, stamps and more.

"There is a capacity ranging between 250 and 300 seats. We will have Brazilian cuisine, Brazilian music, Brazilian batucada and an area of ​​265 square meters of exhibition space that will be available to fans", said the Brazilian ambassador to Venezuela, Carlos Ruy Pereira. "We will have three high-resolution LED screens, four plasma monitors, Brazilian bands and drinks" he added.

Venezuela-Brazil Cultural Center is located between Avenida San Juan Bosco and cross-sixth of Altamira, in a house identified with the number 65.

"The idea is to offer a Brazilian atmosphere here in Caracas, so everyone can live the World Cup without going to Brazil," said Pereira.

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