Stories of Nations: Expo City Dubai presents new exposition
Three new exhibitions have been opened to the public in the “Opportunity”, “Mobility” and “Sustainability” sectors of the Expo City Dubai pedestrian area under the name “Stories of Nations”.
Visitors can view memorabilia including sculptures, musical instruments, and other rarities from more than 200 exhibits from countries and organisations that took part in the World Expo 2020.
They include wooden poles from the Swedish pavilion, swings from the German pavilion, and a mock-up of a giant sea turtle from the Comoros made from recycled plastic bags. The Australian pavilion is reminded of a huge pine armchair, while the Colombian pavilion features an original harp. All of these interesting things can be seen in the Stories of Nations exposition.
Visits to the Stories of Nations exhibitions are included in a one-day pass to Expo City Dubai for AED 120, which also gives visitors access to the Alif – The Mobility Pavilion, Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion as well as the Vision and Women Pavilions.
Fans of the global exhibition can also purchase a ticket to the exhibition for AED 50. Children under the age of 12 and people with special needs can visit the former exhibit hall for free. The pavilions are open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Access to Surreal Falls also remains free of charge. The Expo City Dubai site will retain 80% of the buildings left over from Expo 2020. Some of them will be converted into commercial and office buildings. Much of the infrastructure will be designed to support a healthy lifestyle.
All guests will be able to bring their canine friends to Expo City Dubai, where free refreshments, waste bags and dog water fountains and drinkers will be provided. Leashed pets are free to roam the grounds but are not allowed in the pavilions. Outdoor restaurants are, however, allowed to bring their pets.
Source: The National
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