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Columbia Pavilion


Columbia Pavilion

THEME: Columbia is Passion, The City is Activity

PAVILION: The exterior of the Pavilion is decorated with butterflies and butterfly motifs, adding a tropical element to the exterior of the Pavilion.

Columbia Pavilion

EXHIBIT: The Pavilion is divided into the various regions of Columbia, from the Pacific to the Caribbean, the Andes to the rainforest. The Pacific area has the calming sound of waves lapping against the shore. There is also a small theater where an introductory video of Columbia is shown.

Columbia Pavilion

The main exhibition hall of the Pavilion is a kaleidoscope of activity. Sumptuously decorated with special lighting effects, palm trees, a representation of a Mayan temple and everywhere touch screen video displays to inform the visitor of the various regions of Columbia, this is the heart of the Columbia Pavilion. A gondola car hangs above the floor, representing the world-class Columbian ski resorts. Sacks of Columbian coffee beans are piled in one corner, ready to be shipped around the world. Behind the Mayan wall is the interactive zone where visitors can learn more about Columbia’s economy and her exports.

Columbia Pavilion

CUISINE: A Columbian-style café is located at the Pavilion’s exit. Here, visitors may sample for themselves the world famous coffee of Columbia, as well as native juices and snacks.

SHOPPING: Along one wall of the Pavilion is a large and comfortable gift shop full of Columbian products and Pavilion souvenirs.

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