Connecting the world through the Oceans: Portugal Pavilion celebrates 500 years of First World Circumnavigation
The inauguration of the sculpture by Portuguese artist Bordalo II, on 24 October, celebrates the 500 years of the First World Circumnavigation.
The Portuguese stick dancers ‘Pauliteiros de Miranda’ drew applause from a multicultural audience, made up of visitors from various countries, during their two performances at Expo 2020 Dubai, at a time when they are seeking recognition from UNESCO.
Portugal's Commissioner-General said today, in statements to Lusa, that the Portuguese Pavilion has already had "around 42,000 visits" since Expo 2020 Dubai kicked off on October 1st.
Four Portuguese high-tech companies are present at Dubai's biggest technology fair, Gitex, in search of new opportunities in the region, and some point out that this event is better than Web Summit.
Expo's Space Week took off on Sunday, 17 October, with a World Majlis session co-organized by Portugal and Italy, with international experts calling for multilateral collaboration and regulatory frameworks for space exploration.
The black pottery of Bisalhães and the regional cuisine of northern Portugal will be featured this week at the Portugal Pavilion, from 14-16 October, representing the country's unique cultural heritage.
The Minister of Education of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Hussain bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi, visited the Portugal Pavilion yesterday evening, October 13, at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Expo 2020 Dubai will host from 14-16 October the Lusophonia Festival – a unique celebration of the Portuguese language which will take visitors on a journey through the music, dance, and culture of Portuguese-speaking communities. During the three-day festival, artists from
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Maktoum Bin Juma Al Maktoum visited the Pavilion of Portugal on Wednesday, 6 October, at Expo 2020 Dubai.