The “glass dome of water” is the highlight of the Hungary pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai

During his visit to the Hungarian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, the visitor explores new places by visiting the therapeutic resorts of Budapest, the Pannonia Basins, Heviz and Lake Platon, where Hungary has the most number of hot springs from the European continent with more than 1,300 natural hot springs spread all over. .

The tour inside the lodge begins with a blue illuminated path that takes the visitor on a journey through unique thermal springs, including the Miskolstapolk Cave Springs, then visits a number of major thermal spas and can stop in the “Aqua Bar” area to take a sip of Hungary’s famous mineral water.

The visitor can also enjoy an immersive aquatic experience inside the water glass dome; An invitation to relaxation and contemplation, participating in a breathtaking 360-degree audiovisual show, punctuated by soothing music and the enormous possibilities and effects that flow with the drops of water.

The Republic of Hungary is located in the middle of the Carpathian Basin and is often referred to as the “Heart of Europe”. The pavilion includes information on the most famous spas in Budapest, the capital of Hungary (Hungary); Who uses thermal springs as it is one of the famous countries and produces 90 million cubic meters per year, and the water flows to the surface through more than 1000 registered and approved wells, of which 280 are classified as mineral water and 270 are therapeutic water.

The design of the Hungarian pavilion at Expo Dubai is based on the color blue which symbolizes water, and there are geothermal and mineral waters in at least 80% of the territory of Hungary, where the large reserve of this water is mainly used for drinking and processing.

Since Roman times, thermal water has been used in Hungary for its medicinal benefits through the ages, and bath complexes have been built around these natural lakes, and Budapest alone is famous for 118 springs and dug wells that produce 30,000 cubic meters per day of hot mineral water with degrees ranging from 21 to 76 degrees Celsius, supplying 24 hot mineral baths and a physiotherapy bath.

The pavilion provides information on the benefits of water, as it has been scientifically proven to have a healing effect on at least one disease due to the fact that it contains many mineral elements. It is also used in the areas of water. agriculture, energy and beauty care.

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