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San Marino Pavilion

San Marino Pavilion

THEME: San Marino: The City-State

PAVILION: The Pavilion uses as an architectural model the ancient temple with a central hall, and alcoves along the side with various displays.

San Marino Pavilion

EXHIBIT: The Pavilion’s central hall is dominated by a Statue of Liberty, similar to the one in New York but in reality a copy of the one that stands in Liberty Square in San Marino, one that was built ten years before its famous American cousin. The video wall and illuminated globe features a two-minute presentation realized as a television advertisement with 3D motion graphics and images of monuments and landscapes in San Marino. A tourism alcove presents information on tourism in San Marino as well as photographic displays that serve to entice visitors to plan a trip to San Marino for themselves!

San Marino Pavilion

In the History of the Republic, San Marino’s standing as the oldest and smallest republic on Earth will be emphasized with short videos, artifact displays and other memorabilia. The Country-System Setting explains San Marino’s economy and the efficiency of her economic system. The Reigning Captains Setting is a video wall projecting random images of San Marino and the Pavilion.

San Marino Pavilion

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

SHOPPING: There is a gift shop at the Pavilion’s exit.

Note: This Pavilion was located in the Joint Europe Pavilion I


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