There is no doubt that the Expo Milano 2015 visitors are satisfied with the Japanese Pavilion. In fact, the Land of the Rising Sun has condensed all the imaginative capacity of this secular culture in the exhibition area.
In addition to the digital carpet at the entrance of the Turkmenistan Pavilion, three large traditional carpets were made especially for Expo Milano 2015. The centerpiece of the visit is the show in 5D. View the gallery.
With its pavilion and its theme, Origin Green, Ireland wants to illustrate the program it has undertaken to make the country a world leader in sustainable manufacturing. Watch the video and view the photogallery.
The shamanic drums accompanying the entry and exit of visitors to the Pavilion of Hungary, whose shape is inspired by Noah's Ark. Not to be missed: the vessel Zsolnoy and Bogànyl grand piano. View the gallery.
Ecuador. A pavilion where nature reigns supreme. From the coast to the Galapagos, from the Andes to the Amazon. There are four regions that provide this country with a concentratation of treasures to discover. View the gallery.
The France Pavilion consists of a 16-section agricultural garden and a hexagonal wooden structure reminiscent of the Halles, the traditional covered markets found in French cities. Watch the video and view the gallery.
The goddess Dewi Sri dominates the exhibition space. But there is also room for modernity: special visual devices allow you to make a trip to Indonesia flying over the wonders of the Asian country. View the gallery.
The building recalls the appearance of a typical Romanian house, built in wood and glass and covered with a thatched roof. Inside, space is given over to modernity with video-walls. View the video and gallery.
The Principality of Monaco celebrates the theme of sustainability with a pavilion dedicated to environmental and humanitarian commitment. Tina Alloncle, guest at Casa Corriere makes a presentation on the theme.
The Sultanate of Oman Pavilion in Expo Milano 2015 is divided into four areas, corresponding to water, oasis, sea and traditions. The focus, however, is in the management of water resources, essential since antiquity. Look at the gallery.
The Pavilion of Brazil is among the most visited attractions at Expo Milano 2015, with 15,000 visitors a day. At the heart of the pavilion is an enormous elastic net, a fun attraction on which you can walk. Watch the video and view the photogallery.
President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella, has inaugurated the works of production designer, Dante Ferretti. The two installations celebrate Italy's artistic culture, diversity of agricultural production and gastronomy.
Classical art, mosaics, grand sculptures, paintings by young contemporary artists. Here is a guide to the works of art chosen to narrate the identity and culture of those participating in Expo Milano 2015.
The Pavilion of Azerbaijan houses three glass biospheres. The first illustrates the country's diverse landscapes, the second the nine climatic regions, and the third, its cultural traditions and its innovative potential. Watch the video and view the photogallery.
The Bahrain Pavilion offers a refreshing and fruitful pause in the busy Expo… not least because it recreates ten different fruit orchards, each focused on one kind of fruit tree typical of the archipelago. Watch the video and view the photo gallery.
Providing a stimulating environment where children can learn as well as play, the Children’s Park at Expo Milano 2015 includes a number of multi-sensorial experiences that are both fun and educational.
The first thing that greets visitors on entering the Czech Republic’s Pavilion is a large sculpture, half machine and half bird. The meaning? It’s a symbol of the country’s ability to combine nature with technology.
The refreshments offered in the Holy See Pavilion are above all directed at the visitor’s spirit. Two biblical phrases synthesize its message: “Man shall not live by bread alone” and “Give us this day our daily bread”.