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World’s Fairs

Starting with the London Exhibition of 1851, periodically held, to the present days, in different parts of the world, very large public exhibitions named as World’s Fairs, World Fairs, World Exhibitions, Universal Expositions, Universal Fairs, etc. aimed to celebrate Progress as a perceptible development of Arts, Knowledge, Industries and Institutionsthe advance of Science, Technology and Culture, along with the improvement of Society — in several different countries.

Assuming, in 1851 — and for the first time in History —, a worldwide approach to our Planet and to Mankind, Universal Expositions also promote such a cosmopolitan attitude. among the vast public that visit them, and strongly influenced the development of several aspects of modern life and society, namely international relations and trade.

• London, 1851 – “Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations”
The first World Exposition was held in London (England, United Kingdom), in 1851, under the title:

“Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations”.

The “Great Exhibition”, as it is often called, occupied a very large Crystal Palace built in London’s Hyde Park.

It was the first international exhibition aiming to gather and to present to a vast public manufactured products from all over the world.

The “Great Exhibition” has been the precedent for many international exhibitions that were subsequently held.

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Other important world exibitions:

• Paris, 1889 –
• Paris, 1900 –
• Milano, 1906 –
• Chicago, 1933-34 – One Hundred Years of Progress
• Xxxx, 19XX –
• Xxxx, 19XX –
1889 1933 2010

• Milano 2015 –

Next World Exposition will take place in Italy and will focus on the purpose of:

FEEDING THE PLANET; ENERGY FOR LIFE


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