Denmark, Monaco, Cuba, Georgia, Indonesia, Italy, Lebanon, Malta

Expo 2020 Dubai is the very first global exhibition where each participating country has its own pavilion.

Each of the 192 national pavilions – spread across the three main neighborhoods of sustainability, mobility and opportunity – will have the chance to present their innovations and strategies.

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Here’s a look at eight more of the 192 pavilions at this year’s event.

Architect: Madison Group | Location: Mobility district

Visitors to the Danish pavilion can take part in the construction of a 6.5m long LEGO Viking ship, listen to historical stories or visit the themed area filled with SMEs from a wide range of industries.

Meanwhile, a rooftop bar and restaurant concept offers indigenous cuisines and drinks.

Image Courtesy: CubaExpo2020 Twitter

Architect: Pavilion of the thematic district | Location: Sustainability District

The Cuban pavilion aims to recreate a vibrant scene in the streets of Havana with local music.

Visitors can learn to piece together the wonders of the country through collaborative play or learn to dance Cha-cha-cha. Customers can also choose to go down mojitos made with Cuban cane sugar.

Image Courtesy: Expo 2020 Dubai Twitter

Architect: LAPHO, OOS | Location: Opportunity district

The polygonal pavilion of Monaco, inspired by the “Rock of Monaco”, offers a multisensory journey through mirrored exhibition spaces, reproducing the images and smells of the Côte d’Azur.

The “Kaleidoscope” will showcase the country’s art, culture and innovation, while visitors can take advantage of the “Garden of Opportunities” to soak up the country’s warm climate.

Image courtesy Georgia Ministry of Economics

Architect: Pavilion of the thematic district | Location: Sustainability District

Through physical and digital exhibits, as well as immersive storytelling, the Georgian Pavilion brings the country’s history to life. Bridging the gap between Europe and Asia, the pavilion offers visitors the opportunity to learn all about ancient wine traditions.

Customers can also learn about one of the world’s most ecologically diverse places, comprising 12 climate zones.

Image Courtesy: expo2020indonesia Twitter

Architect: PT Wijaya Karya | Location: Opportunity district

The Indonesian pavilion will present an archipelago full of opportunities for partnerships, natural wonders, crafts and emerging technologies. Visitors will be able to enjoy cultural performances from different regions of the archipelago, art exhibitions as well as savor local and indigenous cuisines.

The pavilion will also offer a glimpse of how the Southeast Asian country is developing science and technology and sharing its local wisdom and innovations with the world.

Image Courtesy: Dubai Media Office Twitter

Architect: CRA-I.Rota-Matteo Gatto-F & M | Location: Al Forsan

The Italian pavilion uses architecture for a creative presentation of “the beauty that connects people”. Multidisciplinary skills, talent and ingenuity that can promote educational, professional and business opportunities are on display.

The pavilion, created with contributions from partner companies of all sizes, includes exhibition areas and functional spaces for events and other initiatives.

Image Courtesy: Lebanon Pavilion 2020 Twitter

Architect: Groupe Bienne | Location: Opportunity district

The Lebanese Pavilion offers technology-related activities focused on youth empowerment and sports, among other areas. Visitors can also enjoy live shows, workshops, conferences and thematic festivals.

Image Courtesy: Maltaexpo2020 Instagram

Architect: Pavilion of the thematic district | Location: Opportunity district

The Malta Pavilion offers products such as handmade jewelry, filigree objects, paintings and more. The space aims to transport guests to witness deep-rooted societal ties, emerging artistic communities and deep cultural impacts.

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