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THE Comoros archipelago nation celebrates its National Pavilion Day today, showcasing its theme "Coexistence of Cities and Ecotourism."

The tourist nation introduces its special wildlife and marine animals, island seascapes and its pursuit of sustainable development.

The front of the pavilion features Arabian-style architecture, highlighted with light and sound, giving the impression of being in an exotic city. Its windows open on to hospitable people singing and dancing, inviting visitors to a traditional wedding.

At the other end of the pavilion is a model of a coelacanth fish, a "living fossil," still found in the waters of the Comoros.

At the rear of the pavilion is a screen showing the Karthala Volcano, the mountain that created the archipelago with its eruptions.

In one section of the pavilion there are four display cubes, each representing one of the four islands of Comoros and displaying the unique features of the island.


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