Qatar Pavilion

Updated: 2010-04-08 10:35
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Qatar Pavilion

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Pavilion Features

The concrete walls of the Qatar Pavilion feature art patterns reminiscent of the Barzan Tower, a landmark building in the country. The tower in Doha once served as an observatory of the lunar phases as well as a signal tower for approaching ships and pearl divers. It represents the glorious memory of Qataris.The pavilion has prepared some fun activities and exhibits for visitors, including interesting tests, Bedouin tents, crafts and interactive videos, which will display how Qatar has taken advantage of green technologies to envisage a sustainable city in the future.

Pavilion Highlights

Highlight 1: Fun Exhibitions

The gallery inside the pavilion will be hold a range of exhibitions, including collections from the Museum of Islamic Art, Fabergé eggs, stamps issued in Qatar as well as children's works.

Highlight 2: Underwater Scenery

The pavilion also displays the underwater scenery of "pearl and oil," the two rich natural resources of the country.


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