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World Cup's Most Exotic City Awaits Tourists

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Despite Manaus' location in the heart of the world's biggest rainforest, making it reachable only by plane or boat, the ills most likely to affect the 52,000 or so foreigners expected for soccer's premier tournament are disappointingly mundane. (June 2)

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