The Soviet pavilion, designed for the Osaka World Expo which was held from March 15th to September 13th in 1970, was a sweeping red and white building. It was the tallest at the fair and contained the usual industrial and technical displays, a piano that once belonged to the composer Tchaikovsky, and an enormous screen that showed ten films simultaneously.
Expo 70 Soviet Pavilion
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