Fußball Weltmeisterschaft - Argentinien

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Wie ist es Argentinien bei der WM spielen zu sehen?

In Buenos Aires, füllen Menschenmassen den San Martin Platz (Plaza San Martin). Alle tragen Hüte und Trikots in den Farben babyblau und weiß. Argentinische Fahnen wehen überall und auch die Gesichter sind bemalt. Als Volunteers wollen wir nicht nur an der Seitenlinie sitzen und zuschauen, während die Massen um uns herum toben, sondern uns mit dem Voluntario Global – Team ins Getümmel stürzen!

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