The Green of Expo 2015 Milan Will Stay Alive After The Exhibition Site

The Green of Expo 2015 Milan Will Stay Alive After The Exhibition Site

All the plants and the green of the Expo 2015 Milan, will stay alive after the closing.
The President of the World Association of Agronomists (Waa) Andrea Sisti has stated to the Corriere della Sera that it will take a little effort to maintain the green on the Exhibition Site. A

The land of Expo is the ideal place for cultivation. Despite the heat of this past summer, all the plants have survived.

“Visitors will remember mostly the green of the Israeli Pavilion and of the American Pavilion as well as the woods of Austria. I would like them to remember the orchards.”

The kids visiting the Expo, that are used to see fruits at the supermarket, saw cherries, blums, blackberries, apricots and other trees. The president of Waa wants to keep these plants alive.

The 7 Best Attractions of Expo 2015 Milan

The 7 Best Attractions of Expo 2015 Milan

At Expo 2015 Milan, each pavilion has its own peculiarity. We have collected for you the 7 best attractions of the Expo area!

1. The Vertical Field – Israel

We cannot start from any other pavilion than Israel’s! The main feature of the Pavilion is the vertical garden,  70 meters in length and 12 high, completely covered with live plants, whose flowers and colors change with seasons.

2.  The Interactive Net – Brazil


The Brazilian Pavilion has an interactive net which connects its three floors. As visitors walk on this suspended net they interact with their surroundings, when they move they activate sensors that change lights and colors around them.

3. The Woods – Austria

Austria’s Pavilion reproduces the microclimate of the country. The space is cooled by the natural refreshing effect created by the evapotranspiration of plants and not by Air Conditioning.

4. The Thermal Levels – Colombia

The Pavilion of Colombia has 5 thermal levels that correspond to the contrasting climates of the five different altitudes of the country.

 5. The Labyrinth- France

The Pavilion of France has a labyrinth-garden reproducing three rural kinds of rural landscape that ends in a cave-like structure.
6. The Luna Park- Netherlands 

The Dutch Pavilion is a true luna park.. the ideal place for kids!7. Charge Your Phone – Slovakia

The Pavilion of Slovakia is a place where visitors can relax and where they can also charge their phones. The relax area is composed by a waterfall and some couches where you can chill while charging your smartphone.