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Slovakia Pavilion

Slovakia Pavilion

THEME: The World of Humanity

PAVILION: The Pavilion has a large hourglass depicting the passage of time on the exterior.

Slovakia Pavilion

EXHIBIT: The Pavilion consists of a large central hall with auxiliary exhibition rooms. Each auxiliary exhibit is a room that is based on a particular period. Gothic, for example, shows the room of a rich merchant from the royal city of Levoca. There is a display showing the clothes that such a merchant might wear which visitors can stand behind so that they might have their picture taken as a memento of the occasion.

Slovakia Pavilion

The Classical auxiliary room is based on the rooms of Ludovic Stur during his days as a politician. Likewise here visitors can have their picture taken in period clothes.  Art Nouveau is the room of a bank teller in Zina, a Slovakian city. All of the rooms contain furnishing, artwork and décor that are associated with that style; many of the things on display are artifacts from that period. The central hall will show a film about the architect Ladislav Hudak, who designed several buildings in Shanghai including the first skyscraper built there.

Slovakia Pavilion

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

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


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