Jordan

More countries than have exhibited at any previous international exposition - some 80 nations in 37 pavilions - are represented at this fair.  They offer the sounds, sights and smells of a large part of the world.  More important, they have brought to the U.S. a sampling of their cultures: dances and music, rare and exotic dishes and some of the greatest of all masterpieces of art.*





Jordan.  The Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, whose land is the seedbed of many civilizations and religions, is represented by one of the most striking buildings at the Fair.  Inside the building diverse exhibits - including a scroll from the Dead Sea area - reflect some of the cultures that rose in this region of ancient Palestine.  A theater provides entertainment by Arab dancers and a military band.*

*Official Guidebook Information - Official Guide New York World's Fair 1964/1965 (c.1964 Time Inc.)


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