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Camp Nou

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Camp Nou is a football stadium that opened in 1957 and is now home to FC Barcelona. The stadium is known as one of the most impressive stadiums in the world. It's also therefore a major tourist attraction, giving tourists a taste of what a match is like - even when the stadium's empty. A football museum is located in the stadium and various guided tours are available. The superior facilities yielded five star UEFA qualification for Camp Nou, one of the few football stadiums to have achieved this. To celebrate its fiftieth birthday, the stadium's seating capacity will be extended to 118,000.
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