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Senegal Pavilion

Senegal Pavilion

THEME: Infrastructures, Construction, Catalyst of Sustainable and Harmonious Development

PAVILION: The Pavilion takes its inspiration from the contour map of Senegal. A distinctive lion statue, symbol of Senegal, marks the entrance to the Pavilion.

Senegal Pavilion

EXHIBIT: The centerpiece of the Pavilion is a stylized baobab tree, which symbolizes wisdom and whose life-saving juice has saved many a traveler in the desert. Part of the tree acts as a display rack, where Senegalese handicrafts are mounted. There are four distinct exhibition areas; the newest infrastructures at the international level, the complex economic zone, the management of forests, sanitation and water and the business cluster of tourism, handicrafts and cultural industries. Display walls, video screens and real objects convey the ongoing urbanization and development of Senegal. Ongoing engineering projects currently under construction, including railroads, roads, expressways, airports, ports, dams and bridges are highlighted, along with the economic boon provided by these industries.

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

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

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


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