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June 11, 2010
A man and his daughter ride a bicycle along a street painted with the colors of the Brazilian soccer...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A man and his daughter ride a bicycle along a street painted with the colors of the Brazilian soccer...
A man and his daughter ride a bicycle along a street painted with the colors of the Brazilian soccer team, to celebrate the World Cup, at Tijuca neighbourhood in Rio de Janeiro June 11, 2010. In Brazil, where everything from the national Congress to the currency market stops in its tracks for Brazil games, it is safest to assume that nothing will be working as normal during the month-long tournament it has won a record five times. On the days Brazil's yellow-and-green shirted players take to the pitch in South Africa, banks have permission from the central bank to close early, the currency market will operate on shortened hours, and most government agencies will shut down. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER SOCIETY TRANSPORT WORLD CUP)
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