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Chilean Pavilion Expo '92

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Germán del Sol, José Cruz Ovalle
 
location Seville
function pavilion
contributed by stef_mimoa

Chile participated in several World Expos during the 20th century, but it was Chile’s participation in Seville in 1992 that most people will remember. On that occasion, Chile transported an iceberg from Antarctica to the torrid 42 degrees Celsius that is typical of summer in Seville. Prominently featured in the headlines of numerous newspapers and an ongoing topic of conversation throughout the Expo, Chile’s pavilion became the “must-see” thanks to the iceberg and its beautiful architecture. Chile’s pavilion was one of the few to be acquired by the city of Seville and is still located today at the former Expo site.

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Chilean Pavilion Expo '92
Address
Calle Gregor Mendel
Spain
Project is not public!
Completion 1992
Main designer, ArchitectGermán del Sol
ArchitectJosé Cruz Ovalle
 
Project ID 7373
Latitude/Longitude 37°24'12N 06°00'20W
Contributed by stef_mimoa
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