Marrakech - More than two million people have visited the Moroccan Pavilion at the World Exhibition "Expo-Milan 2015" since its opening on May 1st, 2015.
Marrakech – More than two million people have visited the Moroccan Pavilion at the World Exhibition “Expo-Milan 2015” since its opening on May 1st, 2015.
According to statistics obtained by MAP from the Directorate of the Moroccan Pavilion, 2,187,698 have visited the event between May 1 to September 30.
“It is estimated that the figure will reach 2.5 million visitors by the end of October, the closing date of the event”, the same source added.
Proposed under the theme “A Journey of Flavors”, the Moroccan pavilion includes an imposing ocher brown citadel built on an area of 2900 square meters.
Nestled in a garden of representative of the diversity of Moroccan landscapes and ecosystems, the pavilion offers visitors a journey to the rhythms of different regions of the Kingdom.
The visitor has the opportunity to discover the wealth of production, water management, and the means put in place to preserve the environment and improve living standards of rural populations.
In short, it is a perfect, harmonious trip under the main theme of the Expo, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”.