Expo 92, Then & Now

The Expo 92 site is a truly fascinating place (that’s why it was the subject of my first ever blog post) but it gets even better once you see pictures of what it was like during the event itself. Some of these pictures still look futuristic!

Photographs can say more than words sometimes, therefore I decided to do my own Then & Now photo collection of the Expo 92 site. Here it is:


Palm Avenue and Monorail [1]
Pavilion of the future [2]
Pavilion of the Future [3]
The Pavilion of the Future Auditorium [4]
The expo globe used to spray visitors with cooling mist [5]
Swiss pavilion and Palm Avenue [6]
The Avenue of Europe featuring the flags of the 12 founding members of the EU [7]
The large canopy of the French Pavilion [8]
Unfortunately, the best old pictures I could find are aerial ones that I can’t currently reproduce from the same viewpoints. One can still see the difference though.

Former Lake of Spain and Spanish Pavilion [9]
Waterway of Discoveries and the Rocket [10]
I will keep updating this Then & Now gallery (Last updated: 02.11.2016).

Image sources:

All Now images belong to the author. Then images from:
[Featured image] found on Pinterest, pinned by Lucia Fernandez

[1] found on Delineantes Actualizados
[2] found on Wikimedia, author Sitomon
[3] found on Photobucket, by Sevilla21
[4] found on Figuera International Seating
[5] found on Recuerdos de la Expo
[6] found on Legado Expo Sevilla
[7] found on Expo92
[8] found on Viguier Associes
[9] found on Subefotos
[10] found on Flickr

Most pictures on this blog belong to its author. All pictures by other authors will be clearly labeled. If there is an image appearing on this blog that belongs to you and do not wish for it appear on this site, please contact me and it will be promptly removed.


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