Rio Olympics venues and the venues of the other Games have been flooded with hundreds of thousands of visitors, many of them from Latin America, the world’s biggest market for Olympic sports.
Rio’s venue, Copacabana, has been flooded, with up to 4,000 people using the beach to enjoy a day of sun and sea.
The venues of both the Summer Games are also in the spotlight, with many of the Games’ major sporting events already taking place.
Rio 2016 Olympic venues and venues at the games The games will be held in the Copacamp Stadium and the Maracana stadium, the venues for the previous two Summer Games.
It is the first time in history that there will be two simultaneous Olympic Games.
The Maracamo, the largest stadium in the world, will host both games, and will be the venue for the opening ceremony.
There will also be three venues for individual sports: the Stadium of Light, the Copa América Centenario and the Pan-American Games.
Many of the venues in the Games will have their own venues.
Copacamana will host the opening ceremonies and the opening of the stadium.
The stadium is home to the Copas, or the national teams, and the venue is where the games will begin.
Rio de Janeiro’s Olympic Stadium The stadium, located just outside the city centre, has a capacity of 2,500,000.
It will host two Olympic games, the opening and closing ceremonies, and two qualifying matches, one for the Pan American Games and the other for the World Cup.
The stadiums of the past two Summer Olympics are located on the opposite sides of the city.
The opening ceremony is being held in Copacamaravila, a popular beach in the city, and is expected to attract up to 1,000,000 visitors.
The closing ceremony will take place in the stadium in Rio de Janiero, a small, rural area in the east of the country, a city that is more famous for its carnival, which attracts around 10,000 residents.
Many Brazilians will be returning to their beaches in search of the games, which are scheduled to take place from June 6 to June 11.