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Monaco’s display attracts huge attention at EXPO-2017

Monaco’s display attracts huge attention at EXPO-2017

By Staff Writer - July 17, 2017

Photo: MIB
Photo: MIB

Monaco’s Pavilion at the Astana EXPO-2017 in Kazakstan has exceeded all expectations.

The 100,000th visitor is expected at the Monaco Pavilion within a few days, following a total of 74,779 visits from the opening, on June 10, until July 10, a figure that represents an average of 2,500 visitors each day.

The EXPO’s theme is Energy of the Future, an area in which Monaco has demonstrated a great commitment and considerable expertise.

Yet little known by the Kazakhs, the Principality has aroused great interest among the public. According to the organiser of the EXPO, the Monegasque exhibition space is one of the top five pavilions measured in visitor numbers.

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