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Poland at Expo 2020: Focus on mobility

21.10.2021 15:30
The Expo 2020 event in Dubai is the latest in a bulging catalogue of major exhibitions around the planet.
Photo:Joachim Ciecierski/Radio Poland

The World Expo series has been running since 1851, when the first event—then called the Great Exhibition— took place in London.

This year, more than 190 countries have descended on Dubai in a worldwide sharing of culture and innovation.

Expo 2020 has three core themes: Sustainability, Mobility and Opportunity. The Polish pavilion is in the Mobility area, and as the name suggests, it is all about mobility.

Radio Poland's Joachim Ciecierski was there and offers a tour of the site.

Click on the audio player above to listen.