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Mexico - Expo Paris 1937

Mexico at the Exhibition Expo Paris 1937
© Paul Cado
Architect(s) : Manuel Chacon

The entrance to the Mexican pavilion, in a frankly modern style and without any national architectural tendencies, was preceded by three symbolic sculptural groups.
sculptural groups.

On the ground floor there was a circular hall, an exhibition room and information offices; on the mezzanine floor there were two small lounges, on the first floor a hall and a beautiful rotunda, and on the second floor a room for various events.

The Mexican government was especially keen to show the notable progress in the social order of this country, in the fields, in the factory and in the schools.

All scientific, artistic, industrial, commercial and tourist subjects were also widely covered.

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