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Peru - Expo 2020 Dubai

Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare
Peru at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Antony Fleyhan /Expo 2020 Dubai
Architect(s) : Habitare

The concept of mobility that characterizes the Peruvian culture is illustrated by the main bridge at the entrance of the pavilion of Peru.

It is a representation of the Q'eswachaka bridge. This bridge is famous for being the only one in the world to have been rebuilt every year by more than a thousand men and women over the last 500 years.

By crossing this bridge, visitors embark on a journey of transcendence in a country rich in biodiversity.