Expo 2020 Dubai will be held as a major international event from October 1st, 2021 to March 31, 2022 for 6 months with the participation of 192 countries.
After the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic Games, this exhibition is known as the third most important international event in the world and the largest economic event in the world, which is even called the Olympics of the Culture of Nations.
Iran Pavilion has been introduced as one of the top eight architectural booths at Expo Dubai.
The Iran's Pavilion at the Dubai Expo 2020, entitled "Shahrzad Mansion" has been designed by the Shift Design Group, inspired by the tales of One Thousand and One Nights.
This is the second time that Iran Pavilion participates independently in this global event. The Iran's Pavilion at Expo Dubai will showcase its capabilities and achievements in the fields of tourism, mining, oil, gas and petrochemicals, technology, culture and art, medicine and industries such as copper, steel and small industries.
By entering the corridors of the pavilion, visitors can see themselves in conditions very similar to the real atmosphere of Iran and touch the beauties of this four-season country. Traditional food, carpets and other handicrafts are part of what spectators see at the Iran Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai to find out what a pavilion should be look like at the Expo.
This pavilion consists of 9 separate blue buildings, each of which is dedicated to a part of contemporary Iranian history. Every five days, the Iran Tourism Pavilion will introduce one of the provinces of the country with visual content. Each day, they will display seven natural and historical heritages. In addition to these cases, the Iran Pavilion hosts a corner of Shahrzad's stories every day with sound and images and displays of models of Iranian history.
Other highlights of the design of the Iranian pavilion at Expo Dubai include "water tunnels that run under the pavilion and cool the pavilion by transferring cool air to the upper surface", "hundreds of clay balls hanging from the pavilion walls" "And" the unique experience of traditional Iranian carpet weaving by visitors. "
The Persian Gulf state has relaxed most coronavirus limitations but Expo requires face masks to be worn and for visitors over 18 to be vaccinated against, or test negative for, COVID-19.
Iran expects to reap a bonanza from its numerous tourist spots such as bazaars, museums, mosques, bridges, bathhouses, madrasas, mausoleums, churches, towers, and mansions, of which 26 being inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.