Highlighting water and its life-nurturing role. Demonstrating the harmony of human life with nature using the source of life: water. See initiatives that are using water for promotion of health and nutrition, gender, and economic development.
January 30, 2022
In the Tajikistan Pavilion:
- Elements of national architecture and nature photography of Tajikistan.
- A waterfall decorated against the background of mountains.
- Gather in a Tapchan, a handmade wooden gazebo decorated with national carving elements.
Tajikistan – interesting facts:
- Over 90 percent of Tajikistan is mountainous, and 50 percent is elevated more than 3000 m.
- Fedchenko Glacier in the Pamir Mountains is the longest (77 km) glacier outside the polar regions.
- There are more than 900 rivers and about 1450 lakes. The most popular lake is Iskanderkul (named after Aleksander the Great).
- Tajikistan is located in a seismically active zone.
- The Nurek Dam on the Vakhsh River in Tajikistan is the second tallest (300 m) human-made dam in the world.
- In the Tajik language: Dushanbe (the capital of Tajikistan) means “Monday”.
EXPO 2020 Dubai – Tajikistan Pavilion