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The beloved Brazilian stadium that is not being used in the World Cup

4 April 2013 Last updated at 12:21 BST

Many Brazilians consider Sao Paulo's Pacaembu stadium - opened in 1940 - to be one of the most beautiful and important venues in the country's footballing history.

It was there that Pele scored some of his most spectacular goals, but despite its rich history the stadium will not be hosting any matches next year's Fifa World Cup - something that head cleaner Florentino de Lima says is a shame.

BBC Brasil's Joao Fellet reports.