Shawl Monaco Pavilion EXPO 2000 Hanover


Magnificent shawl from the Pavillon of Monaco at the first Universal Exhibition of the 21st century, Expo 2000 Hanover.

This silk shawl with floral pattern printed in green tones with the identity image of the Pavillon of Monaco logo is a lightweight accessory that lends itself to all occasions.



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  • Length: 140 cm
  • Width: 42 cm
  • 100% silk
  • Floral landscape
  • Dry cleaning only

The Monaco Pavilion 2000

A true multimedia cube, designed by the architect Mr. Hans Ferdinand Degraeuwe, this transparent Monaco pavilion was a real communication machine allowing the public to interact with various multimedia structures (a space devoted to the past / present of Monaco and a cinema area 360 °, where a 3D film presenting the Principality's major projects was screened "Invisible Ocean").

Expo 2000 Hanover

For the first time in its history, Germany hosted a Universal Exhibition in 2000, bringing together in Hanover, on a 160 ha site, more than 173 countries and international organizations, around the theme:

"Man, Nature and Technology: the emergence of a new world".

The idea for an Exhibition of this magnitude in Hanover dates back to 1988. The country wanted the event to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Federal Republic of Germany. Alongside the life of the pavilions, the Expo Hanover site hosted a series of events and activities including over 200 groups and orchestras that performed during the 6 months of the Exhibition.

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