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The Brazilian Pavilion

With 4,000 square meters, inspired by the Rio Negro and the natural landscape from the northern region of Brazil, the pavilion has the water as its main element, alluding to the Brazilian rivers and the country’s vast water resources. Visitors will be able to walk through the pavilion, immersing themselves in an experience completed by projections, sounds and aromas. The pavilion has rooms for lectures, exhibitions and events, as well as a café, restaurant and a gift shop. During the day, it will be a place of shadow and rest, and at night, it will look like a floating luminous cube.

Watch the video of the event below.

Business Generation

Business Generation featured

The pavilion will also be an opportunity to promote Brazilian brands and products in the local and regional markets. According to the Expo Dubai Organization’s plan, most of the visitors will be inhabitants of the United Arab Emirates and Chinese and Indian tourists, who are part of extremely relevant markets for Brazilian products. This will be an opportunity for visitors to the pavilion to develop a positive association with Brazilian brands.

The Brazilian Pavilion

The Brazilian Pavilion featured

With 4,000 square meters, inspired by the Rio Negro and the natural landscape from the northern region of Brazil, the pavilion has the water as its main element, alluding to the Brazilian rivers and the country’s vast water resources. Visitors will be able to walk through the pavilion, immersing themselves in an experience completed by projections, sounds and aromas. 

The pavilion has rooms for lectures, exhibitions and events, as well as a café, restaurant and a gift shop. During the day, it will be a place of shadow and rest, and at night, it will look like a floating luminous cube.

Expo Pictures featured

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