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A Story About the Construction of the World Exhibition in Brussels

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Abstract
Types of Brussels (Belgium): streets, architectural monuments, squares, the Exchange building, a museum of ancient weapons, the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a bazaar, a canal. Helicopter lands, passengers get out. Construction of a new library complex, overpass. Model and construction of the USSR pavilion, general view of the finished pavilion, inside view. Layouts, installation, interior decoration and interior view of pavilions in other countries: Czechoslovakia, Canada, USA, France, Holland, Austria, Norway, Finland, England, Federal Republic of Germany, Yugoslavia, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Belgium, Brazilian Congo. Construction of pavilions for engineering, gas, statistics and accounting, UN, European Associations. New bridge in the Eisele park. The USSR pavilion on the opening day of the World Exhibition on April 17, 1958. The sculpture "Worker and Collective Farm Woman", the first Soviet satellite, visitors inspect the exhibits, take pictures, make notes in the guestbook.
Director
D. Caspian
Color
Color
Film ID
19963
Keywords
cultural connections
, architecture
, exhibitions
, international connections
, building
, sculpture
, monuments
, cities
, air transport
, cosmonautics
Meterage
1071
Number of Parts
5
Operators
D. Caspian, Y. Monglovsky
Other Creators
Screenplay V. Dubov. Text by Y. Smernitsky. Music designer V. Kotovsky
Release Date
1958
Sound
Has Sound

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