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Employing the latest architectural trends to design the curved lines, natural ventilation, large columns and the standout feature called the Arch of Triumph, the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban was built prior to South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 World Cup at a cost of R1.6 billion. It’s a multi-use stadium capable of running practically any event in this 56000-seat venue. If necessary, seating can be scaled up to hold 85000 visitors. During construction, the surrounding area was upgraded to create open spaces where safe walking and bicycling is possible.
The stadium is open all week for the public to enjoy the many offerings, the most popular being the Skycar, a trip up the arch to reach a viewing platform 106m above ground. The sea and city views from the platform are simply spectacular. For the energetic, there are stairs up to the platform.
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