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Bolesławiec pottery draws fans to Polish pavilion at Dubai Expo

18.01.2022 18:00
The Expo 2020 world exhibition, which opened in the United Arab Emirates in October, is hoped to attract around 18 million international visitors by the time it ends on March 31.
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Renowned pottery maker Bolesławiec is one of the 2,000 or so Polish firms that are expected to show their wares at the Expo 2020 world exhibition in Dubai by the end of March.
Renowned pottery maker Bolesławiec is one of the 2,000 or so Polish firms that are expected to show their wares at the Expo 2020 world exhibition in Dubai by the end of March.Photo: Edyta Skrzypacz

Some 2,000 Polish firms are showcasing their wares at the event, drawing hundreds of visitors to the national pavilion.

The Polish pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. The Polish pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. Photo: Edyta Skrzypacz

Among the highlights of the Polish pavilion in Dubai is the Polish Table, a unique table made of raw materials sourced from Poland.

It features attractions including unique pottery from the southwestern Polish town of Bolesławiec, renowned for its pottery and ceramics.

Photo: Photo: Edyta Skrzypacz

The Bolesławiec Ceramics Factory (Zakłady Ceramiczne Bolesławiec), whose roots go back some 130 years, is the official partner of the global exhibition.

The company's export sales representative Edyta Skrzypacz says its fabulous pottery has attracted huge interest among visitors to the Polish pavilion.

Click on the audio player above to listen.