Yugoslavia
National Day : July 25, 1988
Agreement to Participate : 30 October 1987
Commissioner - General : Mr Nikola Samardzic
Pavilion : 500 square metres
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Under the theme "Colours of My Country", the Yugoslavia Pavilion featured wall-to-wall photographic displays of Yugoslavian history, culture and geography - as well as display models of modern-day outdoors sports and leisure equipment - yachts, power boats, beach, fishing and hunting equipment; and items of historical significance, such as model replicas of archaelogical discoveries such as an 8000-year old carved model of a human skull - known as 'The Founder' - and a 2600-year old gold mask. 

There was also a reproduction of a medieval monastery, a popular tourist and souvenir shop, and a memorable audio-visual presentation.  

The Dubrovnik Restaurant was also popular, serving fine Yugoslavian food.









 



Images Courtesy of the McGreevy Collection

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