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By Robbie Blakeley, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Following a 2010 series detailing the 2014 World Cup host cities in Brazil, it is time again to review the progress in Salvador, capital of the North-Eastern state of Bahia and the nation's second most popular tourist spot behind Rio de Janeiro. Receiving a brand new stadium for the event, the Arena Fonte Nova (New Fountain), replacing the old Estadio Fonte Nova, will be used for Confederations Cup matches as well as the . . .

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