The Spain Pavilion aims to become an example of intelligent creativity, capable of uniting people around sustainable projects in the fields of science, technology, production, education and art.
In 2019, Spain retained its leadership for the 28th year, accounting for 6% of all worldwide donations
48 UNESCO World Heritage Sites scattered around different regions, placing us at #3 in the world
The cultural ties that unite Spain with the Arab world are reflected in the Spanish vocabulary
The Spain Pavilion aims to be an example of intelligent creativity, capable of uniting people around projects in the fields of science, technology, education and art. Spain is a country that takes care of its heritage, as the worldwide leader in number of UNESCO biosphere reserves, with 52. We are also a country that looks to the future.