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Arena Corinthians (Sao Paulo's city stadium) has by far the best interior works in the World Cup. Truly nice.



Ok peepz, here comes a shitload of pics from the most beautiful and most modern arena in Brazil, The Corinthians Arena (Corinthians is FIFA's Clubs World Cup current Champion). I got tired of waiting for mr. bezzi and mr. danny, so I decided to post it myself. :)

Catra, I was in vacations and did not get access to GB in the last 40 days... And, more than me, you are the most enthusiasthic here about the stadium of your club. Nobody is bettert to cast pictures of it than you. Go on with the pics, it's nice to get pics from all stadia.



Maracanã - Rio de Janeiro, all lights installed

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Tired of waiting! lol

Arena Pantanal - Cuiaba

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Arena Corinthians - SP

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Arena da Amazonia - Manaus

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Beira-Rio Stadium - Porto Alegre

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Arena das Dunas - Natal

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Arena da Baixada-Curitiba

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Allianz Parque Arena - SP Training Venue

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According to Folha de SP news, only one out of the 44 mobility/transportation projects has been concluded to date. If works were done in time there would have been 42 concluded, among BRT/VLT/Monorails/Main roads. Some of them were stalled and would restart after the World Cup like the Monorail in Manaus.

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Stadiums concluded



Brasilia


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Belo Horizonte


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Fortaleza


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Recife


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Salvador


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Rio


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BEL |.................Ready!|

FOR |.................Ready!|

SAL |.................Ready!|

RIO |.................Ready!|

REC |.................Ready!|

BRA |.................Ready!|


SAO |................80%....|

NAT |................78%....|

CUI |...............74%.....|

POR |..............72%......|

CUR |..............71%......|

MAN |.............66%.......|



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It's raining a lot, even snowing in Curitiba so I don't thin Curitiba will have its stadium ready in December. Probably late January / early February.

Unless more money gets released to accelerate the works. (Most likely scenario).

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Wow, I've never even contemplated the idea of it snowing in Brazil. How frequently does that happen?

Well, there is snow every year for a couple of days in few towns of Santa Catarina state mountains, in the South of Brazil.

Last time Curitiba and other big cities in Southern Brazil got snow was 38 years ago.

In the late 1800s, even the state of Rio de Janeiro got snow in the highest mountains of the state, near Resende and Itatiaia.

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Curitiba's Local News showing footage of the nearby city Guarapuava, completely under snow, "looking European".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKfM-2cHH7M´

National news showing Curitiba, Guarapuava and Florianopolis under snow

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tLeKgpNcZE



Some citizen in Paraná state showing his neighbourhood under snow

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Works in other stadiums:

Curitiba
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Natal
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Cuiabá
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Manaus
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BEL |.................Ready!|
FOR |.................Ready!|
SAL |.................Ready!|
RIO |.................Ready!|
REC |.................Ready!|
BRA |.................Ready!|
SAO |................82%....|
NAT |................78%....|
CUI |...............74%.....|
POR |...............74%.....|
CUR |..............71%......|
MAN |..............70%......|
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Beira Rios roof sure is a bi**tch to put together. It came in a thousand pcs. Manaus is looking supercool, Corinthians looks mSssivE!!! Tons of work to do it seems. And I believe Dunas has some more upper structure placed? They have not been updating the pics in time

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The photos above are not so outdated as they were taken when they started preparing the field for the grass, not long ago.

These are the latest pictures of the Arena das Dunas, taken yesterday. They show the beginning of the roof assembly.

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Now all the stadiums entered the roof assembly stage. The heavy concrete structure is ready, except in Curitiba. The rest is not so complicated as assembling the screen, placing the seats, etc. The only thing that concerns me about the stadiums is the retractable roof at Arena da Baixada. Doesn't seems to be something easy or quick to do.

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I think Pantanal is gonna look fantastic as well. My favorites are Dunas and Amazonia. But very excited to see Allianz Parque finished, another unique stadium. The exterior is beautiful

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