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Tanzania Pavilion


Tanzania Pavilion

THEME: Urbanization for Sustainable Development in Tanzania Cases of Dar-Es-Salaam and Zanzibar Cities

PAVILION: The modernistic design of the Pavilion features a striking statue of a giraffe at the entrance, as well as African art reminding us that the modern would not exist without the traditional.

Tanzania Pavilion

EXHIBIT: The reception area will have a zebra-striped motif as visitors are welcomed by photos of the current president of Tanzania and of the country’s founder, Julius Nyerere. The Central Display Area will feature a sculpture of a magnificent tree. Displays show the grasslands of Tanzania with giraffes grazing on acacia leaves. Occasional performances of Tanzanian dance, music and other art forms will be held here. A photograph of Mount Kilimanjaro dominates the back wall, an iconic image that is sure to awe visitors. The Arts and Crafts Display Area will highlight three treasures of Tanzania; ancient Tinga Tinga paintings, intricate ebony carvings, and the rare sapphire Tanzanite which is only found in Tanzania. The Urban Planning Display Area will feature ten projects currently being undertaken by the Tanzanian government to improve the process of urbanization, including community urban infrastructure improvement, Dar Es Salaam city security improvement, Kurasini port redevelopment, Kigamboni new district project, Zanzibar Island minimal chemical emission project and leaded gasoline management. Finally, the Zanzibar Display Area will look at the redevelopment of the area as a world resort destination, as well as take a closer look at the intricate door carvings the city is known for and the Dhom, a historical wooden sailing ship used in the region.

Tanzania Pavilion

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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