Alright .. more pictures. The iron oxide -coated (rusted) exterior is of the Luxembourg pavilion. Latvia takes one on a hot-air balloon tour of the country. Then Russia, Algeria and South Africa – which had displays and arts and crafts inside such the baskets woven from telephone wire and the husse met lang ore*. The rest of the continent was housed under the Africa pavilion. Then the UK pavilion, Poland and Spain, and a somewhat scary baby. The cute fishes are on the Pacific Pavilion, the figure from the Solomon Islands. Then Singapore, Malaysia and .. drum roll ! the giant red China pavilion (which had a really impossibly long line of people trying to get into it). Finally, the Saudi Arabia pavilion and a building for Asia. And a Find the Willem picture to end with.
*Husse met lang ore = Afrikaans for ‘curious’ things or creatures with ‘long ears’, used as a reply to someone, usually a child, asking ‘what’s inside?’ or ‘what’s that?’
Soo .. you may ask : what about the United States of America pavilion? Is there one? Yes there is! – but I did not get to it because it was a little out of the way, and I knew what it looked like. I will write about it tomorrow.