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Montenegro Pavilion


Montenegro Pavilion

THEME: Montenegro: Bridge Between Civilization and Nature

PAVILION: The design of the Pavilion was inspired by the country’s natural scenery. Metal panels with abstract geometric patterns represent the mountainous landscapes of Montenegro, while projections of colored lights make the exterior a visual feast.

EXHIBIT: Visitors enter beneath a representation of Tara Bridge, a symbol of the modernization of the country, to emerge standing high on the mountain peaks of Mount Lovcen. Geographic patterns and a massive diorama depicting the national peak of Montenegro enhance the visitor’s appreciation of the breathtaking scenery of Montenegro. The floor actually ascends, representing the 461 steps to the Petar II Ptrovic Njegos Mausoleum on the mountain, a symbol of Montenegrin national identity. Visitors will then make their descent through to the Forests and National Parks section of the Pavilion, which once again makes use of the abstract geometrical patterns and strategically placed photographs and video displays to illustrate the importance of forests and national parks to the lifestyle of Montenegro. This is the first participation of Montenegro in an international exhibition since 1907.

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 Joint Europe Pavilion II

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