White plastic horn-shaped noise maker used by cheering fans at the 2010 Fifa World Cup held in South Africa. The vuvuzela is handpainted in multiple colors with acrylic paint. The horn's bell is decorated with the South African flag and the body is decorated with animal print.
The vuvuzela is a 2-foot-long horn made of an injection-molded plastic shell that produces a loud monotone note, usually the first B flat below middle C. The vuvuzela is commonly used at soccer matches in South Africa, and it has become symbolic of South African soccer as the stadiums are filled with its sound.
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