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Are there any who feel compelled to go as far as an actual attraction or is it seeming more like show or just restaurants and shops?What if it were Brazil but it only had a restaurant or two and gift shops?
Let's hope they don't go cheap. There are some who feel that's enough. Works for UK, Morocco, Italy, and Germany, right? At least give Brazil a museum exhibit like Japan.
I'm sure it would be popular with the Brazilian Tour Groups. Nothing like flying several thousand miles to see... your home country... uh, wait...Brazil makes sense. I think it'd be smart to include a South American country before a country from any other continent.
If you have the new Maps of the Disney Parks coffee table book, you can see the above pavilion in the birdseye painting on page 58... between Morocco & Japan.The Israel pavilion. The 'North' marker and shoreline indicate plot 5, the plot to the east of Morocco. Next to Japan.
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Exactly.I love the American Adventure.
And perhaps the world-view of the rest of us would be broadened by a pavilion showcasing more than clapping, chanting, and green flags.Exactly.
I would guess seeing your country represented would bring a sense of pride.
I have a Norwegian heritage and I have a special connection to that pavilion because of that.
As irritating as the tour groups are, I'm pretty sure they would appreciate a Brazilian pavilion.
If they could afford a summer Olympic Games, there is a sponsor than can help out with a pavilion costing no more than $100,000,000. Unless they splurge for a boat ride.
Thanks for putting a fine point on it. I really hope that there is an attraction that goes with the pavilion. If it indeed gets built.If they could afford a summer Olympic Games, there is a sponsor than can help out with a pavilion costing no more than $100,000,000. Unless they splurge for a boat ride.
By the way, as others have deduced but to put a fine point on it, Brazil is likely to be built. Let's hope it gets a ride.
Hypothetically speaking, a pavilion can be built with help from that country - be it government or private investment via a third party / parties.And Brazil can foot the bill for the pavilion?.