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What can Brazil learn from Germany's World Cup legacy?

With only a month to go before this year's World Cup kicks off, BBC Brasil's Daniel Gallas has travelled to the German cities of Hanover, Berlin and Leipzig to see what sort of impact hosting 2006 World Cup matches has had on local infrastructures and economies.

He explores whether there are any lessons to be learnt by Brazil on their potential World Cup legacy.

  • 12 May 2014
  • From the section Europe
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