2010 Opening Ceremony

2010 Opening Ceremony

On Thursday, June 10, there was the Opening Ceremony of World Cup 2010, the first of the African continent had a few firsts, like the first time the opening was a day before the opening game, and was not allowed entry vuvuzela in the famous event.

The opening of the crown in South Africa had a great celebration, marked by several artists, who touched the world.

The event was held in the district of Soweto in Johannesburg, where Nelson Mandela lived.

They followed a script that any layperson could not decipher ...

It was cool to the archbishop of Cape Town Desmond Tutu (Nobel Peace Prize 1984) to pay tribute to Mandela.

Besides the musical performances were shown videos telling a little bit of African history and reality of the country.

Was shown a video about the social inequality which was the life of two girls who were born on the same day, at the same time, same place, but they had different opportunities in life. One only had the opportunity to study and grow professionally and monetarily, while the other turned scavenger. In one day the two had the opportunity to encounter a moving moment, the death of the son of scavenger, which was before the death, to a city hospital, where the second girl in history worked as a doctor.

Think! It should move anyone ...

But they all followed the rhythm of a party! With songs that were part of their reality ... everyday ... varied musical styles and for us Brazilians is a bit random!

Some well-known national artists and they made their presentations ... and it was cool ... because the sound of drums one was much nicer than the batteries of the Black Eyed Pea.

2010 Opening Ceremony Originally published in Shvoong:

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