Brazil 2014 Stadiums

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2014 Brazil World Cup Emblem

Each World Cup Tournament has it's own emblem, a logo that is used to help football fans all over the world connect the whole tournament with this unique image. Of course, World Cup Emblem is also useful for branding reasons: Merchandising is built around each tournament's logo, sponsors use the power of this unique image and people all over the world recognise it easily, bringing to memory all the great times that each World Cup has offered to them.

Brazil is a unique country, a country full of colours. So the World Cup 2014 emblem should be colourful, with green, yellow and blue being the colours that are mostly used. No less than 25 design agencies -based in Brazil- submitted their proposal for 2014 World Cup emblem but the winner was "Africa", a brazilian agency.

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2014 Brazil World Cup Mascot

Three months ago, FIFA and former Brazil striker Ronaldo  unveiled the mascot of World Cup 2014, which is an armadillo! Armadillo is a small to medium-sized mammal with a leathery armor shell that is primarily found in South and Central America. Many species are endangered.

We can find Brazilian flag's colours into armadillo head, as it has green eyes, yellow face and a blue shell. According to Ronaldo, "The mascot will play a key ambassadorial role in the next two years".

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Brazil: Culture

The Brazilian culture is a fascinating mix derived from centuries of colonization. Brazil was a Portuguese colony for three centuries, so the core of its culture is inherited from Portugal. Native Americans and Africans also inhabited the Brazilian lands during the colonization, influencing the culture. The native inhabitants mixed with Portuguese people or were exterminated. Portuguese people came together with their black Africans slaves and, even though, they had to speak the Portuguese language, they managed to influence the natives. More recently, in the 19th and 20th century, immigrants from numerous European countries and even from Japan came to Brazil. The result is a multicultural and multiethnic society with a very complex culture.

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2014 Brazil World Cup Official Song

The official World Cup 2014 song is going to be "Samba De Janeiro" by Bellini. To be honest, we wanted something better, new and "bigger" for such a Tournament.
Enjoy it:

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Brazil: Economy & Geography

Brazil, the country with the sixth largest population in the world, has made great progress in terms of economy since the colonial period. The Economic structure of the country is great at the moment, as Brazil is the fifth largest economy in the world. Its geographical value, of course, is a main contributor to that great economic condition. The country is having great amount of natural resources at the moment. Below are some facts regarding the geography of Brazil and some key-points about the country:

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