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Equatorial Guinea Pavilion

Equatorial Guinea Pavilion

THEME: Sustainable Beauty of the City

PAVILION: The design is meant to express the distinctive character of Equatorial Guinea, utilizing the elements of soil and water to make a visually striking Pavilion.

Equatorial Guinea Pavilion

EXHIBIT: Throughout the Pavilion, visitors will be treated to the smell of coffee, a reminder of the importance of the bean as an agricultural export to the developing economy of Equatorial Guinea. Visitors enter past a reception desk and are carried along the waves through the island of Bioko, along the Benito River and through to Basile Peak where the iconic statue of the Virgin Mary was the scene of Equatorial Guinea’s independence. A video plays on a central display screen highlighting the natural landscapes and resources of Equatorial Guinea. In the second exhibition area, the abundance of petroleum contributes to the development of the country’s infrastructure, creating one of the most dynamic economies in Africa. In the future of urbanization, Equatorial Guinea’s investments into education, tourism and agriculture from her energy profits give a glimpse into the exciting future of this modern-thinking nation.

CUISINE: There is no dining area listed for the Pavilion.

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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