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Niger Pavilion


Niger Pavilion

THEME: Control of Urban Expansion and Promotion of Urban Development

PAVILION: The civilization in Niger is over six thousand years old but urban development is a relatively new concept. The Pavilion is meant to display the relationship between Niger’s cultural past – represented by traditional structures, décor and artwork – and Niger’s bright future, represented by the modern clean lines to the Pavilion’s design.

Niger Pavilion

EXHIBIT: There are three separate exhibit areas in the Pavilion. The first is Urban Pulse, in which cities are shown to be an indispensible factor in the battle against poverty. Illustrated displays regarding urban formation, urban resources and urban residents line the walls. The Cultural Essence area is characterized by white walls decorated by blue totems, valuable relics and crafts from Niger’s long history. Local residential characteristics incorporate these elements as they proudly display their history and culture. The final area, Vigorous Living, presents the special cultural heritage of agriculture and stockbreeding. The vivid images, physical objects and colorful folk performances presented here emphasize that urbanization is the best way towards a better life in Niger, and will allow visitors to experience the joy of life in Niger.

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

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

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

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