The Turkish pavilion at the International Horticultural Expo 2023 Doha celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of Turkiye by distributing flags to children and visitors to the exhibition.
This celebration coincided with Turkiye’s Republic Day, observed annually on October 29.
Visitors to the pavilion are introduced to the nature of Anatolia and traditional Turkish arts.
The pavilion, one of the largest at the Doha Expo, covers an area of 1,024sq m. It showcases Turkiye’s rich garden culture, plants, geography, history, environment, agriculture, and food resources in an impressive manner.
Visitors also learned about cultural values and agricultural activities in fertile regions advancing innovatively from the past to the future.
The pavilion harmoniously displays historical and geographical wealth alongside ancient culture.
It narrates the Turkish horticultural culture, tracing back to the Ottoman Empire, and depicts the traditions of the state through the exhibition area.
This included a fusion of agricultural products and horticulture specific to the seven geographical regions with diverse visual, digital displays, and sustainability.
The pavilion is divided into three sections: welcome, experience, and farewell.
In the welcome section, visitors are greeted and introduced to the pavilion’s contents and its distinguishing features.
In the experience section, the second part, visitors learn about the agricultural methods used and Turkiye’s future agricultural vision. This section also displayed soilless agriculture, ornamental plants in greenhouses, and settled plants.
The farewell section, the third part, involves presenting unique souvenir gifts from Turkiye to the visitors.
Within the exhibition area on the upper floor of the pavilion, there is a promotion of export sectors, products, and projects.
Additionally, a space in the front part of the pavilion was created to host musical performances, celebrations, meetings, and harvest activities held with visitors during special occasions.
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