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Eswatini - Expo 2020 Dubai

Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Christopher Pike/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Exterior view
Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Steve Holland/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Interior view
Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Steve Holland/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Interior view
Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Steve Holland/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Interior view
Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Steve Holland/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Interior view
Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Steve Holland/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Interior view
Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Steve Holland/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Interior view
Eswatini at the Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai
© Steve Holland/Expo 2020 Dubai
Eswatini Pavilion - Interior view

Located in the mobility district, the Eswatini pavilion highlights the smallest landlocked country in the southern hemisphere and the second smallest country in continental Africa. Formerly known as Swaziland, Eswatini more than makes up for its small size with an extremely diverse range of attractions, activities and culture, all of which are showcased at the pavilion, along with an interactive trail to tell the Eswatini story in a fun and educational way.

The pavilion also allows visitors to discover the country's diverse and unique potential, ranging from investment in infrastructure, trade, technology and innovation, tourism and travel, agriculture and food production.

The Eswatini pavilion also showcases cutting-edge projects in the field of human mobility and infrastructure. In 2020, Lonely Planet declared Eswatini a must-see tourist destination.

The pavilion offers a rich calendar of arts and music events to give visitors a taste of Eswatini culture, and the opportunity to learn more about the country's different environments and activities - from wildlife viewing to rafting and trekking - as well as its changing natural habitats.