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In Zone D of World Expo 2010, there are 2 interesting pavilions - Coca-cola and the Space pavilions. The Coca-cola Happy Plants pavilion will show you a fully immersive journey of fantasy, while in the Space pavilion, you will embark on a journey of discovery and inspiration in an outer space exploration. Read more.
Belgium, Netherlands and Poland pavilions at the World Expo 2010, Zone C. Belgium's design is inspired by brain cells neurons. Netherlands pavilion is titled Happy Street and Poland's creative papercut design pavilion is themed Human, Creativity and the City. Read more.
Zone C of the World Expo 2010 houses 3 innovative pavilions- Finland, Sweden and Norway. The Finnish pavilion draws its inspirations from Finnish nature. The Sweden pavilion is themed with concepts of Sustainability, Innovation and Communication. Norways nature-powered pavilion showcases its problem solving innovations. Read more!
A look at 3 China Autonomous pavillions namely Inner Mongolia, Sichuan & Heilongjiang with each of their special attraction at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai.
The French government has allocated a record 50 million euros (552 million yuan) budget for the national pavilion. At least 80% of the total budget will be used in constructing the 6,000-square-meter pavilion. The German government invested 30 million euros (US$47.34 million) in the pavilion, some German companies will also contribute. It’s the Germany's largest ever Expo structure．Italy reserved a 6,000-square-meter plot of land for its pavilion, which will be made with cutting edge “transparent concrete,” The pavilion, called The “City of Man”, is composed of 20 functional modules that can be assembled freely.
Cities of harmony,' is the exhibition theme focusing on the integration between urban and rural regions through exchange of trade and services for India Pavillion. Nepal Pavilion's theme would be: “Tales of Kathmandu City—Seeking the Soul of a City; Exploration and Speculation”.