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By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a government report the long awaited Museum of Image and Sound (MIS) that will face Copacabana Beach has reached seventy percent completion. The plan to relocate the museum was first conceived over seven years ago after Brazil was named as the 2014 World Cup host country, and the initial opening date was set for the end of 2012.

Once completed the MIS will celebrate the culture of Rio de Janeiro, and now has a new inauguration scheduled for next year. The massive structure will be 8.7 million square . . .

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