Thailand Pavilion for Expo 2015

The theme underpinning the Thai Pavilion at Expo 2015 is “Nourishing and Delighting the World Sustainably”. The exhibition is divided into four thematic strands: “Timely innovations, serving a dream” which refers to the fight against world hunger, protecting the...

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Romania Pavilion for Expo 2015

The underlying concept for the Romanian Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 is ‘living in harmony with nature’. Visitors will be offered an overarching insight into the spirit of Romania, with its blend of traditional and modern. The pavilion will...

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Cinque Terre National Park

Liguria, with its protected, unpolluted Cinque Terre National Park, is a mere 2.45 hours away from Milan, the perfect haven from the whirl of events in Milan and the pressure to visit all the pavilions created for Expo 2015....

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Malaysia Pavilion for Expo 2015

Malaysia’s theme for Expo Milano 2015 is ‘Towards a Sustainable Food Ecosystem’. The aim is to harness the complex issue of nutrition, which lies at the heart of Expo 2015, demonstrating that sustainable and high-grade agriculture can contribute to...

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UK Pavilion for Expo 2015

His Royal Highness Prince Harry recently announced that Nottingham-based artist Wolfgang Buttress had won the competition to design the UK Pavilion for Expo 2015, heading up a team of architects and designers. British Trade Minister Lord Livingston commented: “The...

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Mantua and Sabbioneta

Mantua, a hub of Renaissance art, is just a short, two-hour hop from Milan, and a definite must for anyone visiting Expo 2015. The city, along with the neighbouring comune of Sabbioneta, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site...

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Bar Hopping tour in Milan

Sample the coolest bars in Milan. Bar Hopping takes you to the city’s trendiest night spots. The tour experience is characterised by design, vintage settings, liquid atmospheres and bright colours. Take the unmissable Ceresio 7, the bar that cocks...

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Poland Pavilion for Expo 2015

Despite Poland’s late decision to take part in Expo Milano 2015, there were no fewer than 59 submissions, from leading architectural practices to young architects, for the competition to design the Polish Pavilion. The jury, led by architect Włodzimierz...

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Hungary Pavilion for Expo 2015

Attila Ertsey, Ágnes Herczeg and Sándor Sárkány have won the public competition to build the Hungarian Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015, entitled ‘From the Purest Source’. The 1.910 m² pavilion is tailored to the Expo 2015 theme: ‘Feeding the...

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Mexico Pavilion for Expo 2015

The theme underpinning the Mexican Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015, “Mexico, the Seed for the New World: Food, Diversity and Heritage”, was inspired by the symbol of traditional Mexican cuisine, maize – or rather the “totomoxtle” – the husk...

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