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Burundi Pavilion

Burundi Pavilion

THEME: Co-existence Between Man and Nature

PAVILION: The traditional grass hut of the hunter-gatherer society of Burundi is used as an inspiration for the Pavilion’s architecture.

Burundi Pavilion

EXHIBIT: The Pavilion is divided into three exhibit areas. Throughout, the Pavilion will share the sustainable development practices employed by Burundi and its capital city of Bujumbura and the win-win relationship between Bujumbura and the rural areas of Burundi in the process of national reconstruction and economic recovery. Visitors enter into the greeting area, where a receptionist will have available all the pertinent information about Burundi, from tourism to economic investment. The colorful artwork of Burundi accents this friendly area. In the second exhibition gallery, the products of Burundi are on display, from fisheries and farms to medicinal herbs. The cultural artifacts of Burundi are on display here as well, from wooden carvings to highly decorative masks. The third area is a performance stage, where drummers and world-renowned native dancers will perform periodically throughout the day.

Burundi Pavilion

CUISINE: There is a pub and restaurant in the rear of the Pavilion, serving the unique flavors of Burundi including local coffees and teas and appetizers from Lake Tanganyika. 

SHOPPING: There is no specific shopping facility listed for the Pavilion.

Note: This Pavilion is located in the Africa Joint Pavilion.


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