Summer is over for Brazil’s ‘stunning city’. In a progression of frightful and discouraging new photographs discharged a week ago, the 2016 Summer Olympic venues in Rio de Janeiro are seen messy and betrayed only a half year after the finish of the games, including the amazing Maracanã Stadium. In a city that trusted frantically to be lifted out of destitution and obligation by profiting they spent, these are the remnants of a smashed dream.
Rio 2016 was bubbled in embarrassment before it had even started, including a Zika infection flare-up, reports of doping by Russian competitors, and the impeachment of president Dilma Rousseff because of corruption. The second biggest city in Brazil is owing a huge amount of dollars to its debtors with worldwide loan bosses, and now likewise owes more than 900 thousand dollars to a local energy company.
Muddy pools, worn territory, and vandalism can be discovered everywhere throughout the Olympic park. Seats have been torn from the once-famous field. The fate of these shockingly ignored structures stays questionable, however, they’re probably not going to be a high need among Rio’s considerable rundown of coming difficulties.
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