Dubai Expo 2020 has unveiled four more pavilions, including Belgium’s ‘green ark’ and Belarus’ forest experience.
Organised around ideas of Sustainability, Mobility and Opportunity, the Dubai 2020 Expo is themed ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’.
Hundreds of pavilions at the 1083-acre site will feature interactive, themed exhibits, immersive cultural experiences, live entertainment, quirky hangouts and more.
Find out more about the themed pavilions in our Expo 2020 Dubai Pavilion guide, and scroll down to read more about the latest additions.
Explore Belgium’s ‘green ark’ at Expo 2020 Dubai, which will draw on renewable resources to feed its energy needs, smart technologies to feed its plants, and Belgian cuisine to feed its guests – including its world-famous fries.
A forest experience highlighting lessons that humanity can learn from the natural world, Belarus’ pavilion will explore themes of innovation, investment and the individual.
Republic of Korea Pavilion
A future-facing experience will be on offer at the Republic of Korea Pavilion, as its design constantly changes through the innovative use of rotating cubes.
The structure will feature the best of Korean art, style and technology, as well as K-pop music.
With a town square atmosphere, the Spain Pavilion will depict Spanish creativity throughout the ages, exploring everything from historical innovation to biodiversity.
Dubai Expo 2020, located between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, is the first to be held in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia region.
AI at the UK Pavilion and Hyperloop at the USA Pavilion
The UK’s pavilion at the Dubai World Expo 2020 will use artificial intelligence to write poems, in a giant illuminated “message to space”.
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