© Philippe Lemaire
Germany presents itself at the Expo as a modern, attractive and environmentally conscious water landscape. The controlled water cycle is the main focus of its pavilion, which aims to show the measures and techniques needed to improve water quality, purify it and treat it for reuse. The pavilion offers a mix of entertainment, information and experimentation, while innovative products, pioneering developments and creative ideas on German water economy that are a worldwide reference are on display. The centrepiece of the German Pavilion is a 120-metre long journey through a modern water tale that ends in the Bay of Cologne. Visitors can feel the wet element from futuristic rafts. The journey takes about seven minutes and reproduces the water cycle. German gastronomy and places of interest are also featured throughout the exhibition.
© Exposicion International Zaragoza 2008