Outer walls of the pavilion are decorated with African woodcarvings emphasizing national features of the country. Sculptures and paintings with rich ethnic characteristics are exhibited with high technological tools. These items not only show a strong tie between the country and its water, but also explore and present the sustainability of its urban development.
Highlight 1: Aboriginal lives in Angola
Aboriginal huts of Angola are presented to show original lifestyles and sceneries and visitors can have real experiences of African aboriginal lives there.
Highlight 2: A rotating totem
A rotating totem, as tall as human beings and completely composed of leaves, can be seen through some tiny falls in the pavilion.
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