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Morocco EXPO 2020 Dubai

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Morocco EXPO 2020 Dubai

Morocco EXPO 2020 Dubai

Eight-story adobe building with impressive atrium and Morocco culture

The Moroccan pavilion is a large, very successful building and is definitely one of the highlights of EXPO 2020 Dubai.

The 8-story, 33-meter-high building shows the connection between Morocco's tradition and modernity on 6057 square meters.

Morocco's commitment to sustainability also plays a major role.

The building is constructed in traditional style.

Visitors are taken by elevator to the 7th floor and can explore the pavilion from top to bottom along a path that mirrors Moroccan medinas.

The atrium and the inner courtyard "Wast Eddar" are impressive.

It is especially beautiful at midday, when the sun fills the entire interior with light and is reflected in the large sculpture below.
The same applies to the evening, when the lighting creates an equally beautiful atmosphere.

A highlight is the large room where traditional herbs and modern medicine are exhibited.

The most visually beautiful experience in the Moroccan pavilion is the "Movement".
A huge sphere suspended from the ceiling, projecting golden patterns on the walls by rotation.

Due to its height, the pavilion is also a very good viewing tower of many areas of the EXPO site.
From up here you have a good view of other pavilions and attractions.

The Moroccan Pavilion also has a restaurant serving typical dishes of the country and a tea room.

Impressions from the Morocco EXPO 2020 Dubai Pavilion

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