- Theme: New Russia:
- city and citizen
- Children Flower City, Little Innocence
- Zone C
- National Pavilion Day:
- 28th Sep., 2010
Russia Pavilion built like a fairy-tale world may recall you your childhood dream or excite your kid's dream. The pavilion walls are painted in vivid colors and you can walk in mushroom-shape houses just like in a fairy tale. Under the fairy-tale setting, the most advanced technologies contributing to a better city are exhibited and the achievements of Russian youth and young scientists are highlighted.
12 towers in white, gold and red, linked by a15-meter-tall central building, have well revived and refined the ancient Ural towns in irregular shapes to demonstrate the diversity of both ancient and modern cities.
Inside the three-story building, are displayed the scenes from the fairy tale "The Adventures of Little Innocence," written by children's author Nikolay Nosov. The hero Neznaika, a 15-year-old boy and his friends who journeyed to some fantastic innocent cities, will guide you around the fairy-tale city. Three fictional cities in the novel are the main exhibition areas: the City of Flowers, the City of Sun and the City of Moon. The City of Flowers embodies the green livable city where the giant flowers, fruits, cakes, cars are abundant. The City of Sun is kissed by the sun around the year and many kids' technology works together with some teenagers' are hidden for your exploration. And the City of Moon showcases the glorious Russian space exploration cause.