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During World Cup, Brazilian City Street is Celebration Zonei
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Gesell Tobias
July 04, 2014 5:57 PM
Football fans from around the world have taken over a street in a small neighborhood in São Paulo, Brazil, where every evening they enjoy a World Cup party. As VOA's Gesell Tobias reports, street vendors have also found their niche here.

During World Cup, Brazilian City Street is Celebration Zone

Published July 04, 2014

Football fans from around the world have taken over a street in a small neighborhood in São Paulo, Brazil, where every evening they enjoy a World Cup party. As VOA's Gesell Tobias reports, street vendors have also found their niche here.


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