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Zerao Stadium, Macapa
(1.7/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Originally, this multi-purpose stadium was named after Formula 1 driver, and Brazilian hero, Ayrton Senna but after the death of the Amapá State Football Federation’s former president, Milton de Souza Corrêa, it was renamed in his honor. However, it is known locally as Zerao Stadium, with the name--and subsequent fame--coming from the unusual circumstance that the midfield line supposedly lies exactly on the Equator, thus causing each team to defend one hemisphere. Put Zerao Stadium and other Macapa attractions into our Macapa trip builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Worth knowing the Zerão Stadium, mainly because it is a divided by the line of the intended use of where a team plays in the North and another in the South
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  • The stadium is crossed by the equator, this is a show, each team stays in one hemisphere of the Earth.
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  • Good facilities, but I didn't think it was too big. Ample parking. Well maintained. I liked because it lies between the two hemispheres.
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