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Expo '90

AIPH Osaka 1990
Central gate of Expo
Overview
BIE-class Horticultural exposition
Name Expo '90
Motto The Harmonious Coexistence of Nature and Mankind
Visitors 23,126,934
Participant(s)
Countries 83
Organizations 55
Location
Country  Japan
City Osaka
Coordinates
Timeline
Opening April 1, 1990 (1990-04-01)
Closure September 30, 1990 (1990-09-30)
Horticultural expositions
Previous International Garden Festival in Liverpool
Next 1992 Floriade in Zoetermeer
Specialized expositions
Previous World Expo 88 in Brisbane
Next Genoa Expo '92 in Genoa
Universal expositions
Previous Expo '70 in Osaka
Next Seville Expo '92 in Seville

Expo '90 (国際花と緑の博覧会 Kokusai Hana to Midori no Hakurankai) or The International Garden and Greenery Exposition, organized as a part of the International Expositions Convention, was the first large-scale international gardening exposition in Asia and focused on the theme of the "Harmonious Coexistence of Nature and Mankind."[1] The exposition was held in Tsurumi Ryokuchi, Osaka[2] for 183 days, from Sunday, April 1 to Sunday, September 30, 1990. The convention included participation from 83 countries and 55 international organizations and attracted over 23,126,934 visitors.

One of its main activities[1] was to establish the annual International Cosmos Prize.[3]

This was a Special Exposition recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions (BIE) and the International Association of Horticultural Producers.

References

  1. ^ a b "財団法人 国際花と緑の博覧会記念協会:English:Expo'90 Foundation". Retrieved 3 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Exhibitions, history. Retrieved 3 November 2011.
  3. ^ "about International Cosmos Prize". Retrieved 3 November 2011. 

External links

  • Expo '90 Foundation website (English version)


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