Countdown to the World Cup 2010: Four Days

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June 7, 2010 9:00 am

The World Cup isn’t all that happens in Cape Town.

Tune into the first matches this Friday, June 11 at 9 a.m. (CT) South Africa v. Mexico, and at 1:30 p.m. (CT) Uruguay v. France. Matches take place all over the country, but Cape Town is enough to entertain.

South Africa 146***The city's famous for its beautiful coastlineSouth Africa 149***Tourist attraction at a morning marketA crowd looks at Nelson Mandela's former prison cell on Robben IslandTable Mountain at sunsetCape Town is the country's second largest port city, after Durban
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The city's famous for its beautiful coastline

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Tourist attraction at a morning market

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A crowd looks at Nelson Mandela's former prison cell on Robben Island

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Table Mountain at sunset

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Cape Town is the country's second largest port city, after Durban

Still not satisfied? Fill your house with the smell of Cape Town by making the Kalmanson family bobotie recipe. The traditional meat pie was invented by the Cape Malays.

Tara for TKGO

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