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What is in the inauguration of the World Cup

Cricket fans wait for the end Today the ICC World Cup 2015 will welcome the whole world through the opening ceremony. The festival will be started at London 'The Mall' in front of Buckingham Palace at 10pm.

Generally, the world's best sports events are inaugurated at the historic historic stadium. But the traditional style of breaking up is going to be organized by the organizers of England and Wales this year.

Not a stadium, the land that has been the sign of the history and tradition of the British over the ages, the famous 'The Mallye' will be screened in the 12th World Cup Cricket World Cup. The place is proud of the British. Here they celebrated the victory of World War II. Apart from this, the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth's ascension has been held here.

The event is going to be small-scale, so the World Cup opening party will not be able to see directly in its own eyes, too many visitors. Because, the mall has only four thousand seats. Four thousand lucky cricket fans of the world will get the chance to see this inaugural ceremony only on the ICC's free ticket.

But not everyone else has the chance to be disappointed. The inaugural event of the World Cup will be seen on the television screen. The one-hour-20-minute show will be on display in different colors, celebrations of music, culture and culture.

Steve Elworthy, managing director of the World Cup organizing committee, said in a statement: "We will show the whole world why they will enjoy cricket for the next 45 days. We will celebrate the diversity of the World Cup, Cricket and Sports. '

Earlier, the ten-team captain, who took part in the World Cup, will go to Buckingham Palace for a courtesy visit to Britain's Queen Elizabeth II. After the meeting, Mashrafeera will participate in the inauguration of the World Cup.

England and South Africa will host the first match in the World Cup. The main battle for Bangladesh's World Cup will start on June 2. The Tigers will face South Africa on that day

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