“Expo Dubai 2020” will be transformed into a city, the Moroccan pavilion will remain

The Vice-President of the United Arab Emirates, Prime Minister and Emir of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, announced that the Expo Dubai 2020 site will reopen to visitors in early October next under the name of the “Expo City Dubai” while retaining some of its components, including the pavilions of certain countries, including the Moroccan one.

Sheikh Mohammed Ben Rashid Al Maktoum said in a tweet from Emirates News Agency WAM that after a few months, the public will be able to visit the pavilions of the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Luxembourg, Australia, Pakistan and India to see the outstanding content of the “Expo City Dubai” to add new experiences.

Noting that Expo City Dubai will be a city that respects the environment, for families and for the future generation, for technology and for the economy, he pointed out that Al Wasl Dome, which is a place for celebrations and musical performances, the Expo Dubai waterfalls and other key elements of this site remain.

He also pointed out that in addition to spaces for children, this city will include a new museum, an international exhibition center and the headquarters of large business enterprises, specifying that the city will also include a number of diversified attractions. , offices, leisure rooms, restaurants, cafes, sports clubs and a shopping center.

Expo Dubai 2020, which ended at the end of March, attracted more than 24 million visitors in six months and hosted the pavilions of 192 countries.

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