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Fans who walked or sang to Brazil

The World Cup has brought football fans from around the world to cities across Brazil to cheer on their favourite teams.

The BBC's Franz Strasser has met some of them after they flew, walked or sang their way to the World Cup.

Brazil

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Media captionRio resident on decorating the streets in green and yellow

Netherlands

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Media captionWhy 30 orange cars drove 17,400 miles to Rio

Argentina

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Media captionArgentina fan on being behind enemy lines

France

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Media captionDuo film World Cup matches from fans' point of view

Belgium

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Media captionBelgians, beer and the boys in Brazil

Chile

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Media captionMeet some of the 3,000 Chile fans who drove in caravans to the World Cup

Bosnia and Hercegovina

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Media captionBosnia's first World Cup ends in defeat - and a party

Iran

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Media caption'Celebrity status' for Iran fans in Brazil

Australia

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Media captionNewlyweds' World Cup honeymoon outlasts England's stay

Greece

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Media captionNikos Strathorakis's World Cup winning slogan

England

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Media captionFour from England walked 1,966 km to Brazil for the World Cup.

Spain

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Media captionA life-long Spanish football fan travels to Rio to root for her home team at the 2014 World Cup.

USA

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Media captionGareth Leonard left his job in 2009 to explore South America for five years, aiming to wrap up the whirlwind tour at the World Cup in Brazil

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