Exposition Internationale d'Anvers (1894)
Exposition Internationale d'Anvers was a World's Fair held in Antwerp, Belgium between 5 May and 5 November in 1894. It covered 65.5 acres (265,000 m2), attracted 3 million visits and made a profit.
Monumental vase created for the exposition
|Area||65.5 acres (265,000 m2)|
|Organized by||The Count Hippolyte d'Ursel was Commissioner General and the Count of Pret Roose of Calesburg was President of the Executive Committee|
|Opening||5 May 1894|
|Closure||5 November 1894|
There were several participating nations: Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, China, Congo, Denmark, Spain, United States, United Kingdom, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Mexico, Persia, Portugal, Kingdom of Romania, Russia, the South African Republic (for which Gerard Jacob Theodoor Beelaerts van Blokland was Commissaire Général), Switzerland and the Ottoman Empire.
There was also a joint presence from Sweden and Norway.
- Exposition Universelle d'Anvers held in Antwerp in 1885
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