Презентация "International Exhibitions", 1 курс СПО
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International exhibition include exhibits from a significant number of countries and often have an entertainment zone in which visitors can enjoy rides, exotic attractions, and…
International exhibition include exhibits from a significant number of countries and often have an entertainment zone in which visitors can enjoy rides, exotic attractions, and food and beverages. Since the mid-19th century more than 100 world’s fairs have been held in more than 20 countries throughout the world. Generally speaking, these events are called world’s fairs in the United States, international (or universal) expositions in continental Europe and Asia, and exhibitions in Great Britain. The term expo has also been applied to many expositions in various locations.
History of International Exhibitions
History of International Exhibitions
The era of the modern world’s fair began with Britain’s Great Exhibition (formally, the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations; often called the Crystal Palace Exhibition), held in London’s Hyde Park in 1851.
The legacy of the Crystal Palace was immense. Its critical and financial success ensured that world’s fairs would continue to be held. The period between 1880 and World War I was a golden age of fairs.
The first in a long series of international expositions was held in
The first in a long series of international expositions was held in Paris in 1855. The exposition occupied a larger space and included exhibits from more countries the Crystal Palace.
Bird's-eye view of the 1893 World's
Bird's-eye view of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago; lithograph by Currier and Ives.
The outstanding exhibition was held in Philadelphia in 1876
Exhibition was particularly noteworthy in showing off the products of the early Industrial Revolution in America. Fairgoers were amazed by the 700-ton Corliss engine, the largest steam engine ever built, and by new inventions such as the telephone, the typewriter, and the mechanical calculator.
Since 1851 , world fairs have been divided into three periods:
Since 1851, world fairs have been divided into three periods: The Industrial Era, The Era of Cultural Exchange, and The Era of National Branding.
By 1970, the year of the Japan
By 1970, the year of the Japan World Exposition at Ōsaka, some of the tension of the Cold War had moderated. Both the United States and the Soviet Union touted their space programs in their pavilions.
USSR pavilion at the international exhibition in Japan EXPO- 70
Later Years Fairs since 1970 have tended to enlighten visitors about a particular theme, often environmental in nature, rather than celebrate a historical anniversary or…
Later Years Fairs since 1970 have tended to enlighten visitors about a particular theme, often environmental in nature, rather than celebrate a historical anniversary or a colonial empire. Many were smaller fairs held in smaller cities: Spokane, Washington, U.S. (1974), with a general environmental theme; Okinawa, Japan (1975–76), on the oceans; Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S. (1982), on international energy issues; New Orleans (1984), on rivers; Tsukuba, Japan (1985), on housing; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (1986), on transportation and communications; Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (1988), on leisure; Taejŏn (Daejeon), South Korea (1993), on sustainable development; and Lisbon (1998), also on oceans. There were few departures from the issue-oriented theme. The expositions of 1992 in Genoa, Italy, and Seville, Spain, commemorated the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s first voyage to America. The fair in Hannover, Germany, in 2000 marked the end of the 20th century.
EXPO-2017 is an international specialized exhibition held in
EXPO-2017 is an international specialized exhibition held in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, from June 10 to September 10, 2017. The theme of the exhibition is "future Energy". EXPO-2017 was attended by 115 States and 22 international organizations. The exhibition was visited by about 4 million people.The main object of the exhibition was the spherical building " Nur Alem "(KAZ. Shining world). Its height is 100 meters, and its diameter is 80 meters. Nur Alem is the tallest building with a spherical shape.
The exhibition was originally scheduled to take place between
The exhibition was originally scheduled to take place between October 20, 2020 and April 10, 2021 in Dubai (UAE). Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it was moved to 2021, and the new dates were moved to October 1, 2021. The UAE chose the theme "Connecting minds, creating the future" with the sub-themes " Sustainability, mobility and opportunities»
The exhibition "Expo 2020" in Dubai
Connecting Minds, Creating the
Connecting Minds, Creating the Future Through the Expo 2020 Dubai theme, we aim to build partnerships and inspire ideas that will forge the world of tomorrow.
Opportunity We all have the power to shape the future. Expo 2020 aims to unlock this potential in multiple ways, such as supporting solutions to social problems through our Expo Live programme and introducing visitors to new ideas that inspire them to act.
Mobility When we enable smarter movement of knowledge, ideas and goods, a new world of possibilities unfolds. Expo 2020 looks at how this has helped us explore new frontiers, and how humanity is making greater leaps than ever through digital connectivity.
Sustainability The need to live in balance with the world we inhabit has never been more critical. Expo 2020 is embracing alternative sources of food, water, and clean and renewable energy, and encouraging us all to reassess how we can preserve the planet.
A delegation led by Denis Manturov,
A delegation led by Denis Manturov, Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, officially broke ground on the country’s pavilion, which will tower at 27 metres tall and cover an area of more than 4,500 sqm.