Dig deep into the story of a historic land
Continuous interconnectedness and Venezuela's future
Wanders Werner Falasi
For centuries, the indigenous Yanomami people of Venezuela’s Amazon rainforest have dwelled in grand, ring-like communal huts called shabonos. With its colourful shabono-inspired circular architecture and luminous central skylight, the Venezuela Pavilion brings the nation’s timeless collaborative spirit to Expo 2020. The pavilion’s exhibits focus on Venezuela’s greatest resources: its people and natural splendour. Explore the country’s rich folklore and craftsmanship, discover its incredible sand-to-snow ecological diversity and unwind with fresh coffee and chocolate at the pavilion’s restaurant and tasting room.
Venezuela Pavilion 360
Discover Venezuela Pavilion in 360°
A waveof colour
Bright and cheery, the Venezuela Pavilion is a large cube, decorated with white vertical slats that cover all four faces of the building. A second layer of shorter vertical slats form a wide, wave-like band across the middle of each wall, coloured in a shifting rainbow that represents the tones of Venezuelan nature as well as its national flag.