Dubai Expo 2020, the showcase of the future – International


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Expo Dubai 2020, the universal trade show that brought together the best of culture, entertainment and innovation from 192 countries to demonstrate that building a better future depends on joining forces and global engagement.

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The exhibition is held every five years in a different location on the planet. This year, the host country, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), demonstrated why it is a benchmark of development and progress, attracting more than 23 million visitors despite health restrictions.

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EL TIEMPO came to Dubai to see what’s new in the last week of the Expo, widely acclaimed for the interactive and futuristic experiences of the various pavilions.

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Large-scale figures with hyper-realistic details, created by the art team that developed the Avatar characters, introduced the audience to an atmosphere of futuristic reality, combining the challenges imposed by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – established by the UN

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Germany, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and the host United Arab Emirates were among the most visited due to their creative ways of designing their pavilions with sensory experiences and technology of point offering an overview of the cities. from the future.

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Under the slogan “Connecting minds, creating the future”, sustainability, mobility and opportunity were the ingredients of some of the must-see spaces, such as the pavilion dedicated to a journey through the history of humanity in its progress to connect more quickly to the world and the challenges that involve ambitions such as the conquest of new planets and space tourism.

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It took more than a day to discover the charm of each of the pavilions of the countries that made up the Expo in nearly five square kilometers, built in the middle of the desert between Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

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Of course, Colombia also shone with its pavilion which reflected the joy, biodiversity and opportunities that the country has and where visitors could learn to play the drum, discover what it is like to ride a chiva and even a few steps from champeta with audiovisual games that reflect some of the best national landscapes.

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After 180 days of immersive activities, the closing of Expo Dubai 2020 couldn’t be better. Presentations by Christina Aguilera and Norah Jones, UAE Air Force Fursan Al Emarat aerobatic team, treated viewers to a magical finale

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The next appointment will be Japan, and for tourists it is recommended to visit Expo Scale2Dubai, a space that is projected as the Silicon Valley of the Middle East and that will have 2,000 free jobs for two years for companies around the world entire.

192 countries exhibited the best of themselves under the slogan “Connecting minds, building the future”

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