Welcome to Worldfairs.info, the website for World and International Expos

Worldfairs.info aims to publicize world and international Expos, their pavilions, their stories, the benefits they have brought to art, architecture, science ...

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Worldfairs.info is a site devoted to universal and international exhibitions of all times and all continents: London (1851, 1862), Paris (1855, 1867, 1878, 1889, 1900, 1937 ...), New York (1939) , 1964), Brussels (1958), Montreal (1967) ...

You will find detailed information on each of them: places and date, description of the exhibitions, their pavilions, figures ... You will find information on the first international exhibitions, from 1851 to the present day, which took place in Paris, New York, Montreal, Shanghai ... sometimes bequeathing beautiful buildings to history, such as the Eiffel Tower, the atomium, space needle ...

Established at their beginning as a showcase of technical progress, sometimes pushing to excess ... they give nations the opportunity to compete in originality. To participate in the site, a dynamic forum allows you to express yourself freely on the subject.

Introduction to Universal or International Exhibitions

From 1851 to the present day, in Paris, New York, Montreal ..., the Universal and International Expos have left beautiful traces of their passage, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Atomium, the Space Needle .....

Established at their beginning to be the showcases of technical progress, and push different nations to overbid by excess; today, even if these nations continue to compete on the originality or the aestheticism of their pavilion, the exhibitions are centered on common themes (oceans, images….).

But yesterday as today, the universal exhibitions have also contributed to present the art and culture of the participating countries.

The World's Fair is the third world event after the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup.

Universal Exhibitions: Technological showcases and cultural world tour on a few hectares.

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