The world is full of some of the most amazing and electrifying places. Sport Stadiums can be one of those places. So what is it that happens in a stadium? An average day soccer match. Fans chanting songs for their home teams or a Cricket match where the entire crowd is in frenzy. These stadiums are one of those which have been the breeding ground for some of the most played sports.
They are the Best!
They have contained within themselves some of the most epic moments in the history of sport. Regardless of how many of the games ended. Some with fights, some with tears or some with smiles. These Stadiums have always given us the best. I have with me some of the most incredible aerial views of many stadiums around the world.
It is completely crazy to see the actual seating capacity of each of these stadiums. So many people visit them annually for several different games. They give the crowd the exciting experience of enjoyment. The game got life when the crowd involved itself. Many of these stadiums have evolved to something of more value. They are not a part of our heritage and culture. For many fanatics, they represent a mode of life. Their dedication to the game.
Petco Park of San Diego, California
Located in the midst of a very busy city, this stadium is the perfect spot for someone stressed from office work and planning to relax on a game being conducted here.
Neyland Stadium, Tennessee
The beauty of this picture inspires me more than anything around. Just look at how amazingly this picture is taken, containing the entire potential of this power house.
Sun Life Stadium of Miami
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Brazil is the biggest country of South American region. Brazil is also the fifth biggest country of the globe; area wise as well as population wise. Its population consists of 190 million people. The official language here is Portuguese
Capital of Brazil
Rio de Janeiro is the capital of Brazil. It is the second biggest city of Brazil. It also stands as 26th biggest city of the world. In Sothern America, it is one of the most popular cities for the tourists. Besides its beaches, it has numerous other attractions for visitors. Owing to its tropical climate, it is also attractive for tourists.
Change in the Image of Rio de Janeiro
Though it is not a clandestine area for the people, but Rio de Janeiro is now detaching of its representation as a place with nice sunny weather, ample of beaches and Samba. Now its image is shifting towards a more expensive and stylish city.
Rio de Janeiro Delectable Foods
Try to go for Cariocas to taste the modern day Brazilian food. Besides that another attraction is to enjoy a novel 10-course Amazonian dinner at one of the best hotels of Rio de Janeiro Le Pre Catelan. You may also try to taste mouth watering ‘brapas’ (also renowned as Brazilian tapas) at the trendy restaurant of Oui Oui .
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Most of the people have a notion that Brazil is dangerous than Iraq or Iran. It is perhaps because it is dirt poor and the record of the murders done here shows that the number is too close to that of Iraq. But it is really insane to jump to a conclusion that living in Brazil is accompanied by a lot problems related to life security and stuff.
There are some cities of the country which are notorious for this. They are the most populated ones and such risks are common everywhere. Anyhow, some of the supporting statements are given below. They would definitely enable you to decide this issue by yourself.
Brazil-safer or dangerous
Rio de Janeiro should be separated from the rest of the Brazil because in 2008, the murders done in this state was near or less same as that of Iraq. But at the same time, to live with a conception that Brazil is more dangerous than Iraq is somewhat false.
There are many wonderful and safe places you can find in Brazil to live. It is a beautiful country. But yes, it is to be agreed that some of the cities are dangerous. Talking more precisely, only three of its cities contribute to strengthen this misconception including Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. They are the most populated cities of Brazil and this situation can be expected anywhere which is too populous. With this exception, Brazil is overall beautiful and safe.
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In early 16th century, Portuguese explorers who sailed along the coast line of Brazil’s coast they kept the track of their discoveries and they given those names by names of days to mention them. On very 1st day of year 1502 they moved smoothly toward a narrow opening in the coastline, guarded by fabulously shaped mountains. Behind this entrance lay a body of water stretching 20 miles inland. When they realized that they had reached to the mouth of a great river they named the Area River of the First of January.
Actually that was not the river it was an island-studded bay that the Tamoio people had long before named Guanabara, which means, “arm of the sea”.
Even now after centuries passed its both native and European names persist. There is only one thing changed that’s now instead of caravels and dugouts, supertankers and yachts glide across the magnificent balloon-shaped harbor of Guanabara Bay. On the western shore of the bay there is the capital city named as Rio de Janeiro means the River of January.
It looked like a river that was one of the false impressions, which that Rio held. It was given so many named as Europeans called it a smaller bay of Botafago, under Sugarloaf, a “lake” and the Tamoio named it Guanabara Bay’s eastern edge Niteroi, that means hidden waters.
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