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  1. A world's fair, also known as a universal exhibition or an expo, is a large international exhibition designed to showcase the achievements of nations. [1] These exhibitions vary in character and are held in different parts of the world at a specific site for a period of time, typically between three and six months. [1]

  2. Known as World Expos, these global events still occur around the world today, attracting tens of millions of visitors. Worlds Fair USA is an independent effort to bring the international showcase of the future, featuring the world’s most amazing technology, art, and more, back to the United States.

  3. World’s fairs include exhibits from a significant number of countries and often have an entertainment zone in which visitors can enjoy rides, exotic attractions, and food and beverages. Since the mid-19th century more than 100 world’s fairs have been held in more than 20 countries throughout the world.

  4. 1851 – London, United Kingdom – The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations – The Crystal Palace (typically listed as the "first world's fair") [13] 1852 – Cork, United Kingdom – Irish Industrial Exhibition [14] 1853 – Naples, Two Sicilies – Solenne Pubblica Esposizione di Arti e Manifatture [15]

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  6. Welcome to the Future Later this decade, we'll open the gates to the next great World's Fair... ...a physical mega-event where you'll explore plazas, pavilions, and immersive experiences that tell the story of our future. In our Pavilions, you'll see and interact with the technologies of today that are shaping the world of tomorrow.

  7. Cities and states can serve as partners for the U.S. pavilion or even bid to host a World’s Fair themselves. In 2017, the U.S. candidate to host the 2023 Expo was Minnesota. Unfortunately, the United States lost its first bid to host a World’s Fair in 40 years to Argentina. The next opportunity to host an Expo will be 2027/28 or 2030.

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