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Pavilion of Future in Shanghai's World Expo park

2010-04-22 07:46:19 GMT2010-04-22 15:46:19 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Visitors are watching movie at the Pavilion of Future on April 22, 2010. The Pavilion is located in Zone E. The exhibition starts with an interaction with visitors, inviting them to imagine what cities will be like in the future. Through movies, books and sculptures, it tells how a city was envisaged, planned and realized in history, proposes the various possibilities of a future city, and points to the spiritual elements that have always driven human progress.(Xinhua/Pei Xin)

Visitors are watching movie at the Pavilion of Future on April 22, 2010. The Pavilion is located in Zone E. The exhibition starts with an interaction with visitors, inviting them to imagine what cities will be like in the future. Through movies, books and sculptures, it tells how a city was envisaged, planned and realized in history, proposes the various possibilities of a future city, and points to the spiritual elements that have always driven human progress.(Xinhua/Pei Xin).

Visitors are watching movie at the Pavilion of Future on April 22, 2010. The Pavilion is located in Zone E. The exhibition starts with an interaction with visitors, inviting them to imagine what cities will be like in the future. Through movies, books and sculptures, it tells how a city was envisaged, planned and realized in history, proposes the various possibilities of a future city, and points to the spiritual elements that have always driven human progress.(Xinhua/Pei Xin).

Visitors are watching movie at the Pavilion of Future on April 22, 2010. The Pavilion is located in Zone E. The exhibition starts with an interaction with visitors, inviting them to imagine what cities will be like in the future. Through movies, books and sculptures, it tells how a city was envisaged, planned and realized in history, proposes the various possibilities of a future city, and points to the spiritual elements that have always driven human progress.(Xinhua/Pei Xin).

Visitors are watching movie at the Pavilion of Future on April 22, 2010. The Pavilion is located in Zone E. The exhibition starts with an interaction with visitors, inviting them to imagine what cities will be like in the future. Through movies, books and sculptures, it tells how a city was envisaged, planned and realized in history, proposes the various possibilities of a future city, and points to the spiritual elements that have always driven human progress.(Xinhua/Pei Xin).

Visitors are watching movie at the Pavilion of Future on April 22, 2010. The Pavilion is located in Zone E.

The exhibition starts with an interaction with visitors, inviting them to imagine what cities will be like in the future.

Through movies, books and sculptures, it tells how a city was envisaged, planned and realized in history, proposes the various possibilities of a future city, and points to the spiritual elements that have always driven human progress.

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