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Old May 25th, 2012, 04:54 AM   #61
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Arena das Dunas starts installation of precast pillars.

According to the government of Rio Grande do Norte, this step was anticipated. So far, 23.03% of the works were completed.

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Old May 26th, 2012, 02:42 PM   #62
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World Cup Portal.....everything about the world cup in Brazil!

http://www.copa2014.gov.br/en


...and about the world cup in Natal:

http://www.copa2014.gov.br/en/arena/natal
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Old May 26th, 2012, 02:59 PM   #63
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Old May 26th, 2012, 03:04 PM   #64
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This pic shows exactly the perfect localization of Arena das Dunas in the middle of the city! The two main city avenues (Hermes da Fonseca and Prudente de Morais) can be seen on the right and left of Arena.
The other pic shows the Arena and the southern part of Natal (in right background, Ponta Negra beach and Ponta Negra big dune can be seen). The big resorts and hotel are located behind the big green area named Parque das Duna (Dune park).
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Old May 26th, 2012, 03:20 PM   #65
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Via Costeira Road with the big resorts and Hotels. The Dune Park is located landward, to the left of the road. In right Background Potengi River and the downtown. Arena das Dunas is positioned on to the left to this pic (not shown).

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Via Costeira Road with the big resorts and Hotels. The Dune Park is located landward, to the left of the road. In right Background Potengi River and the downtown. Arena das Dunas is positioned on to the left to this pic (not shown).[/QUOTE]
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May 2012:



FIFA website: http://pt.fifa.com/worldcup/photogal...2.html#1644125

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Old June 18th, 2012, 01:17 AM   #69
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Some new pics of the project:
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Sectors with stakes drilled


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Drainage pond

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Level 00 - changing rooms, showers....


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Level 00 - conference rooms, TV studios, Lounge, Bars.

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Level 00 - Boardroom

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Level 01 - VIP


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Level 01 - Toilets

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Level 02 - Cabins stadium

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Level 02 - Fifa cabins

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Level 02 - Lounge VIP

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Level 02 - Command and control center

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LEED certificated building

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Eletronic model

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Seen from drainade/reservoir pond

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Outside view

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View from the top

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Inside the Arena das Dunas

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Sunset and lighting system

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Multipurpose Arena



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Natal is one of the cities that I want to watch the World Cup, it is good to know the great quality of this stadium. This is one of the best stadium/arena of the Cup. Thanks for the pics!
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Old June 19th, 2012, 05:26 PM   #71
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Thanks for sharing my images here on the World Fórum, lc.The new pictures are great. No doubt, the Arena das Dunas is one of my favorite stadiums for World Cup 2014.
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Completion December 2013,hope so i cannot wait to see this stunning design built.the renders/images are fantastic.
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Old July 2nd, 2012, 02:35 AM   #73
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How was it decided that the goal stands will be left uncovered? Cost-cutting measure?
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How was it decided that the goal stands will be left uncovered? Cost-cutting measure?
Exactly, to reduce costs. According to the OAS (Builder and owner of concession) the old design of the roof was not feasible. I dont know, but I have heard that the stadium roof costs is about 1/3 of stadium's construction cost.
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Isn't natal stadium a little big for natal city?
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Isn't natal stadium a little big for natal city?
Today, the metropolitan region of Natal consists of 4 cities: Natal, Parnamirim, São Gonçalo e Macaiba which together have an estimated population of 1,35 million inhabitants. The old stadium, Machadão built in 1972, had a capacity for 52,000 spectators. At the time, Natal had 350,000 inhabitants. In no way the stadium is great for city size
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Today, the metropolitan region of Natal consists of 4 cities: Natal, Parnamirim, São Gonçalo e Macaiba which together have an estimated population of 1,35 million inhabitants. The old stadium, Machadão built in 1972, had a capacity for 52,000 spectators. At the time, Natal had 350,000 inhabitants. In no way the stadium is great for city size
But there are also other stadiums built in the region, right? Like the arena in Parnamirim. So what are the chances of this one being filled regularly?
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But there are also other stadiums built in the region, right? Like the arena in Parnamirim. So what are the chances of this one being filled regularly?
Today there is only one stadium in Natal: Maria Lamas Farache Stadium known as Frasqueirão (owner ABC FC) with capacity for 17,000 spectators. Arena América is just a project wich seems to be built now (They are doing earthworks). I have serious doubt that this stadium will be ready in two years. This idea of ​​America to build its stadium is at least five years old.
The owners of the Arena das Dunas has said that the arena will be multipurpose, so football is just one more possible use for it. I think, the games between ABC x America (the two best teams in the city) will very likely to happen in the Arena das Dunas.
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But there are also other stadiums built in the region, right? Like the arena in Parnamirim. So what are the chances of this one being filled regularly?
And what are the chances of any of your country's stadiums being filled regularly after the Euros? Almost zero.
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The owners of the Arena das Dunas has said that the arena will be multipurpose, so football is just one more possible use for it. I think, the games between ABC x America (the two best teams in the city) will very likely to happen in the Arena das Dunas.
Are there many large events in Natal? I mean both concerts and other sports, possibly.

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And what are the chances of any of your country's stadiums being filled regularly after the Euros? Almost zero.
Yep. So where does that put us? Nowhere as Natal is the subject here. Grow up.
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