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The inspiration for part of the pavilion came from the flowering buttons, which signify the vitality and prosperity of the country and the cities. Successful examples of urban development, architecture, cultural heritage, nature conservation, people's achievements, sports and technological achievements describe the current situation and the bright future of harmonious coexistence between people and nature in the process of development of Lithuania as an economic, cultural and political centre in the Baltic Sea region.
- Inside the "flower bud" there is a stage and an assembly hall. The petals are made of shells. A sound effect and a 360° circular screen will take visitors "flying" over Lithuania.
- Handicraft artists make pottery toys, royal crowns, willow products and wooden sculptures on site. Visitors can participate.
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