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FIFA issued a rule forbidding the organization of official matches in stadiums with an altitude of more than 2,500 metres. There is one exception. Which one?

Quito (Ecuador)
La Paz (Bolivia)
Kathmandu (Nepal)
Bogotá (Colombia)
FIFA forbids official matches above 2,500 meters because players may be at greater health risk due to de­creased oxygen pres­sure. La Paz's Hernando Siles Stadium (pic­tured, 3,637 meters (11,932 feet) above sea level) is excluded from that reg­u­la­tion after intense lobbying by Bolivian au­thor­i­ties.

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Kathmandu (Nepal)
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flagthe United Arab Emirates
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flagFrance
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flagSweden
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Gender

men46%
women42%
Quito (Ecuador)
22%
23%
La Paz (Bolivia)
46%
42%
Kathmandu (Nepal)
16%
17%
Bogotá (Colombia)
15%
16%

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