The pavilion was inaugurated on Wednesday by Najeeb Al Ali, executive director of the Office of the Commissioner General at Expo 2020, and the Commissioner General of the Peru Pavilion, Amora Carbajal.
Traveling through snow-capped peaks, highlands, cloud forests, tropical rainforests and the Pacific coast, visitors will discover why Peru is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world.
The theme of the second largest country in Latin America is based on the concept of ‘timeless Peru’, which highlights the fact that the nation transcends time and space when it comes to innovation and knowledge. that she uses to build a better world.
The Peru pavilion covers an area of 2,500 m² spread over four floors, and has rooms dedicated to trade and a restaurant to promote its gastronomy.
With great audio and visual elements, Peru shows the world various aspects of artistic and cultural life, as well as various agricultural, maritime, wildlife and plant products that make up the country’s rich biodiversity.
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