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Elaf from Beirut: “The pavilion is the beacon of hope for the UK and stands at the center of the world’s biggest event,” with these words, the UK account on Expo 2020 Dubai announced the pavilion building on Twitter as “the largest exhibition on earth”. , According to official accounts ..
In addition, the account released a video about the UK’s participation in “Expo 2020 Dubai”, revealing details of its colossal pavilion built over 5 years.
The official account continues in the invitation to participate: “We are ready for you. Visit us from Friday and experience more than 8,000 kilometers of our coastline in the United Kingdom.”
The England Pavilion is a beacon of hope that stands at the heart of the world’s largest event. We are ready for you, # Expo 2020.
Visit us from Friday and experience the UK from 8,000km off our coast# UKPavilion2020 pic.twitter.com/HzvgDcIh3a
– Expo 2020 Dubai UK (UKPavilion2020) September 29, 2021
Project “Violation News”
The building was inspired by one of the projects of the famous British physicist Stephen Hawking, “The Breakthrough Message”, and the organizers say that the pavilion invites us to think about the message we want to communicate to reveal a planet. Always meet other advanced civilizations in space.
In a very encouraging invitation to attend, the organizers say at the UK Pavilion: “We celebrate celebrating delivering to you a part of the UK in Dubai with extraordinary people, places, technology, movies, sports, music, food and fashion.”
Long live the United Arab Emirates! The #UAE A modern country rooted in its rich heritage. Familiarizing yourself with local laws and customs will ensure that your visit is happy and hassle-free. Find out more here: https://t.co/IGU5TKVdNKUKPavilion2020 #ConsularUKinUAE pic.twitter.com/RsfMuyMmFL
– (ukinuae) September 30, 2021
Royal College of Arts
The Royal College of Art (RCA), the world’s leading university for the arts and design, joins Expo 2020 as the official heritage partner at the UK Pavilion in Dubai, where it played a key role in establishing the first World’s Fair in London in 1851.
The Royal College of Arts offers unparalleled opportunities for graduate students to create world-changing intermediate projects.
The UK Pavilion is located in the Opportunity District at Expo 2020 and is open every day from 10am to 10pm.
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