Facade of the pavilion is a mottled wall resembling Albania's most ancient and characteristic city of Gjirokaster. Images of the country's landscape embedded in the archways, together with models of historical architectures and modern videos present visitors the beautiful nation of history.
The pavilion aims to invite people of the world to construct the City of the World. Submitted models by famous architects across the world are exhibited on the booth in the middle of the pavilion to listen to opinions from all sides.
The Eurasian-style pavilion, colored blue, golden and white, houses exhibitions on the history, culture, and religion of cities and towns in Azerbaijan as well as the lifestyle of its urban dwellers, highlighting the important role of the country in integrating Eastern and Western cultures and in promoting the trade and communication between Eastern and Western countries.
The pavilion design is modernistic. The image of the ancient and yet modern country is depicted by linking past civilizations to present urban environment. Inside the pavilion there are two streets and a square, to showcase the transformation of the urban space during different cultural epochs. Various exhibits here offer visitors a journey through the cultural history of Bulgaria.
The pavilion resembles a typical "courtyard" in ancient Georgian cities, in the center of which stands a giant grape "tree," symbolizing the soul of city. The four display alcoves in the museum showcase the country's historic remains, culture, natural sceneries, cities and towns, seacoast and ski resorts, interpreting the theme of Close Ties between Nature, Sceneries and Cultural Relics.
The design of the Montenegro Pavilion was inspired by the country's natural scenery. Its exterior is made of metal panels. The abstract geometric patterns are reminiscent of mountain ranges and the projections with changing colors help create a visual feast. The exhibition showcasing forests, parks and coastal cities reveals the charm and beauty of the country.
Themed "My City Is Your City," the pavilion presents the landscapes of hilly plains, vast prairies and dense forests in Moldova through images and videos. An inverted-pyramid with screens on each side allows visitors to enjoy different programs.
Pavilion of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
This is an exquisite, environment-friendly structure inspired by the beehive. The interior wall is composed of numerous regular hexagons and dotted with pictures of average people's life. Images and videos bring the theme "Urban Continuity" into full play.