CityVille: Welcome Brazil to your town with new items

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While it might have seemed like Dubai would be the last country represented in CityVille's "Welcome the World" event, it turns out that we aren't done just yet, as a new theme of "Brazil" items has been added to the store. As usual, we're here with a complete look at these new items, including homes, decorations and community buildings.

Henriques House (Home)
  • Costs: 90,000 coins
  • Population: 300 - 600
  • Rent: 290 coins every 18 hours

Amazon Apartments (Home)
  • Costs: 40 City Cash
  • Population: 560 - 1,100
  • Rent: 295 coins every 18 hours

Rio Raft House (Home)
  • Costs: 60,000 coins
  • Population: 250 - 490
  • Rent: 248 coins every four hours

Sao Paulo Solar Plant (Community Building)
  • Costs: 40 City Cash
  • Allows: 1,000 citizens added to population cap

The Soccer Locker (Business)
  • Costs: 35 City Cash
  • Requires: 283 Goods
  • Earnings: 1,549 coins

Branco Hotel (Business)
  • Costs: 110,000 coins
  • Requires: 310 Goods
  • Earnings: 1,670 coins

Serrano House (Home)
  • Costs: 20 City Cash
  • Population: 190 - 370
  • Rent: 122 coins every hour

Cabral Cottage
(Home)
  • Costs: 40,000 coins
  • Population: 230 - 440
  • Rent: 142 coins every two hours

Brazilian Federal Building (Community Building)
  • Costs: 125,000 coins
  • Allows: 1,750 citizens added to population cap

Osasco Opera House (Community Building)
  • Costs: 50 City Cash
  • Allows: 1,780 citizens added to population cap

Gustavo's Restaurant
(Business)
  • Costs: 40,000 coins
  • Requires: 280 Goods
  • Earnings: 1,536 coins

Gomes Gazebo (Decoration)
  • Costs: 18 City Cash
  • Payout Bonus: 18%; extra 18% to Brazil Theme

As you can see, there are plenty of items available for both coins and City Cash, but watch out - the Brazilian Embassy offers some of them for free via the collection of Brazilian Passport stamps. We'll make sure to let you know what those items are just as soon as we can.

What do you think of these Brazilian themed items in CityVille? Which ones will you purchase for your town, and which ones will you skip? Sound off in the comments.
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