Algeria Pavilion

Updated: 2010-04-08 14:55
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Algeria Pavilion

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Pavilion Features

The pavilion fully represents the architectural style of North Africa and Algeria by referencing the old town of Kashi Ba, one of the heritages of Algerian ancient buildings. Visitors can take a walk in the imitating streets of the city, watch the short movie of "Walking in Kashi Ba," rise onto the "top" of the city and overlook the streets they have just walked by. All these virtual scenes give visitors vivid experiences of life in time-honored Algeria.

Pavilion Highlights

Highlight 1: Virtual Algerian

Urban Looks Arched doors ranged along the virtual streets on the huge screens show modern looks of Algeria.

Highlight 2: Movie Of "Walking In Kashi Ba"

Rising onto the top, roofs of the virtual Algerian city all become projection areas of the movie "Walking in Kashi Ba," which covers stories of Algeria from the past to the future and shows a strong determination and desire of its people for development.

Highlight 3: Abstract Imagination

Of The Future Sections under the virtual Kashi Ba roofs are quite abstract and leave visitors enough space for imagination of Algeria's prosperous future.


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