Yeosu Expo : International Pavilion A - Top Floor

Trip Start May 12, 2012
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Trip End Aug 12, 2012


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Flag of Korea Rep.  , Jeollanam-do,
Saturday, June 16, 2012

International Pavilion 'A' Top Floor housed Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Turkey, and Atlantic Ocean Joint Pavilion which was divided into East and West









 


 


 
 
India
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Was interesting and had traditional shaped arches and a photo of the Taj Mahal to pose by. There were traditional handcrafts and a large bazaar at the end selling many local goods from India. There was also a small counter serving indian snacks. The bazaar was quite lively and fun to walk thru. 
 
 
 
 

































 























 







 

Egypt
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Was hardly worth the bother. All they had were a pile of blocks in the shape of a pyramid. I suppose with current political problems they didnt have the resources to organize this
 





















Pakistan
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The Pakistan pavilion had a massive photo collage outside with a man in traditional dress from the north ushering people in. Inside were many photo exhibits of traditional life and the rich cultural heritage. 
 
 
 
 
Like India they had a handcrafts bazaar at the end. There were wood carved items and figures made from onyx. 






























 
















 

 
Sri Lanka
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Had traditional handcrafts but an interesting replica shrine in the middle which you could enter after removing shoes. Towards the end was a food counter selling fresh goods. 
 
 





























 


 

Atlantic Ocean Joint Pavilion East & West
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These were two large pavilions on either side shared by a collection of countries. There were many African nations in one and Caribbean ones in the second. 
 
 
 
 
 
 


















 

































































 


















 

Turkey 
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This was a large two level pavilion. At the entrance was a vendor selling turkish ice cream which comes with a trick show when you try to buy. 

The main level had some painted ceramics and historic artworks. The second level was a cafe selling many fresh made turkish food items. 
 
 
 


 

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