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The building pokes out
Corners and edges of the real building peek out from beneath the tarred wood of the Austrian exhibit. [enlarge]
Mountain Cave or Gun Turret
Hard to tell which from the looks of this.... [enlarge]
Hungarian Pavilion
The attractive entrance ot the Hungarian Exhibit. [enlarge]
Skiiing Ski-lift Monks?
My guess as to what this is.... [enlarge]
Ah, the symbolism
Very intriguing. But what are they trying to say.....? [enlarge]
Icelandic Pavilion
Hmm... looks kinda like the place that the Sasquatch and Yeti might live if they got married and built a house. [enlarge]
Italian Pavilion
Big and bold - but I didn't find there was too much of interest inside. [enlarge]
Nice Slogan
I like the slogan on the entrance of the Italian Pavilion. Sadly, this saying is put into practice only too much in today's world. [enlarge]
Belgian Pavilion
The cool and quirky tubes and tech of the Belgian Pavilion. Very neat. [enlarge]
Beligan Pavilion
Quirky tubes and gadgets. [enlarge]
Belgian Blue Room
A cool blue-screen-ish rounded room that visitors could roam around in. [enlarge]
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