Kuwait Pavilion


The charm of a mysterious desert that captivated visitors, revealing its treasures to them. This was the spell cast by Kuwait, a small Middle Eastern State that successfully meets the challenges intrinsic to an environment so apparently barren, told in a majestic Pavilion located on the Decumanus between Germany and the United States.
At the entrance, almost like an implicit thanksgiving to water, there were two light-blue fountains decorated with mosaics like those commonly found in the streets of the country, whereas the structure of the Pavilion itself recalled the traditional Kuwaiti boats known as Dhow. (more)

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