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Expo Astana Closes In on One Million Visitors

ASTANA Nearly one million people have visited Expo 2017 Astana since its inauguration exactly one month ago, Astana National Company EXPO 2017 Managing Director Beibit Karymsakov said on Monday.

A total of 921,293 people have visited Expo Astana 2017 since its inauguration. We expect to reach one million visitors by tomorrow, Karymsakov said.

According to organizers, 130,000 foreigners have passed through the turnstiles of Expo 2017 on Future Energy, with Russia, Germany, and China leading the rankings of visitors.

The architectural symbol of the international exhibition, Nur Alem, the largest spherical construction in the world at 80 meters in diameter, has been the most popular installation with a total of 303,000 visits.

The Expo 2017 pavilions with the greatest influx of people have been Russia, Uzbekistan, Germany, India, and South Korea.

The Expo 2017 Astana, which seeks to reflect on the importance of moving towards a global energy system based on renewable energies, will be held until Sept. 10 in the capital of the Central Asian country.

 

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