2010 World Cup: 10 Awesome Stadiums

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South Africa will be the host for one of the biggest sport events in the world, that will occur between June 11 and July 11. Ten awesome stadiums, with thousands of seats and great architecture, were built specially for this event. You can see them all on the map and also in beautiful pictures, after the break.

Peter Mokaba Stadium | Location: Polokwane | Seats: 45,264 | Extra info

Durban Stadium | Location: Durban | Seats: 69,957 | Extra info

Ellis Park Stadium | Location: Johannesburg | Seats: 61,639 | Extra info

Mbombela Stadium | Location: Nelspruit | Seats: 43,589 | Extra info

Loftus Versfeld Stadium | Location: Pretoria | Seats: 49,365 | Extra info

Green Point Stadium | Location: Cape Town | Seats: 66,005 | Extra info

Free State Stadium | Location: Bloemfontein | Seats: 45,058 | Extra info

Royal Bafokeng Stadium |Location: Rustenburg | Seats: 44,530 | Extra info

Port Elizabeth Stadium | Location: Mandela Bay | Seats: 46,082 | Extra info

Soccer City Stadium | Location: Johannesburg | Seats: 88,460 | Extra info

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    Is it okay to post part of this on my webpage if I include a link back to this site?

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  3. Palecek399002@earthlink.net' canvas art says:

    Straightforward and written well, thanks for the information

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    I’ve meant to post about something like this on my blog and this has given me an idea. Cheers.

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