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Cameroon Pavilion

Cameroon Pavilion

THEME: Remodeling of Communities in the City

PAVILION: The Pavilion is a representation of a traditional Cameroon hut. An archway of carved wood representing the ivory carving of Cameroon welcomes visitors to the Pavilion.

EXHIBIT: The Pavilion is divided into five distinctive areas, representing tourism, sports, urban infrastructure, architecture and community development. The Pavilion features “tree” as its core design theme, creating highlands, beaches, rain forests and other diverse natural environments by adopting special effects lighting, audio and other forms of modern display techniques. Visitors enter through an archway representing traditional art of Cameroon. Exhibits display traditional homes of Cameroon, the love affair between Cameroon and soccer, a traditional well, traditional dress and costumes, modern cities in Cameroon as well as artwork from young artists who make the cultural scene in Cameroon so vibrant. In the rear of the Pavilion, visitors can take part in a virtual “penalty kick” on a soccer field resembling that of the national team.

CUISINE: There is a bar ringing the central tree. Visitors may partake of refreshing beverages and tropical fruit.

SHOPPING: Jerseys of the nation’s World Cup team will be on sale in the Pavilion.

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


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