More countries than have exhibited at any previous international exposition - some 80 nations in 37 pavilions - are represented at this fair. They offer the sounds, sights and smells of a large part of the world. More important, they have brought to the U.S. a sampling of their cultures: dances and music, rare and exotic dishes and some of the greatest of all masterpieces of art.

African Pavilion

American-Israel Pavilion

Austria

Bargreen Buffet (1965)

Belgium

Berlin

Billy Graham

British Lion Pub

Caribbean

Centralamerica and Panama

Christian Science

Denmark

Garden of Meditation

Greece

Guinea

Hall of Free Enterprise

Hong Kong

India

Indonesia

International Plaza

Ireland

Japan

Jordan

Lebanon

Lithuanian Wayside Cross

Malaysia

Masonic Center

Mexico

Morocco

Pakistan

Paris

Pavilion of Fine Art (1964)

Philippines

Polynesia

Republic of China

Republic of Korea

Sermons From Science

Sierra Leone (1964)

Spain

Sudan

Sweden

Swiss Sky Ride

Switzerland

Thailand

United Arab Republic

United Nations (1965)

Vatican

Venezuela

WBT 2,000 Tribes


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