On Ile Notre-Dame, the United Nations flag together with the 122 flags of member nations proclaim the Pavilion on the United Nations, circular in form and built of concrete, steel and glass. Inside the pavilion is a 330-seat theater where outstanding films, including the Academy Award winning “To Be Alive”, are shown. Overlooking a courtyard is a first-class Restaurant of All Nations with a menu as exciting and diverse as its name implies. Exhibits in the circular exhibit hall feature the United Nations charter and the work of United Nations agencies throughout the world.

Visitors to the United Nations pavilion could buy UN stamps and use them for postage sent from the Expo grounds. This was the first time that non-Canadian stamps were authorized for mail originating in Canada. (CD #5 Set 12 #30)  


Seen at dusk, the flags of the member nations frame the pavilion's upper level. (CD #8 Set 21 #39)