The Guatemalan pavilion is 34 metres square, and is of pure Spanish style architecture, which is appropriate for the country it represents.
In the centre of the building is a large courtyard with a gallery, and in the courtyard is a fountain from which jets of water flow.
Each corner of the building is topped by a decorated tower; the ornaments on the walls represent tropical plants and flowers.
Guatemala's most interesting exhibit is its café, and right next to the main building is a small rustic kiosk where drinks are served.
The area around the building has been transformed into a large garden with coffee, bananas and other tropical plants natural to the country.
The amount spent on the whole work was more than $ 40,000.