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Tale of two cities at the World Cup

Updated: July 1, 2011, 1:05 PM ET
By Jaime Lowe

Public viewings of sports can be dicey -- either the city digs it and there's a chance for people to randomly hug and high-five in public, or the whole thing is ignored and massive screens of athletic action play in front of empty patio furniture. In Germany, biergartens -- vast picnic tables lined up for drinking dunkels, smoking rollies and watching footie -- are like second homes, so you'd think Women's World Cup would be a natural draw. After all, the German's love their women's footie … ...

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