Uploaded by Pamela Beale on 08 Oct 2017 in Penetanguishene

Remains of the U.S. Pavilion from Expo 1967 in Montreal, Quebec. It was originally designed to house a variety of attractions displaying "Creative America", it was one of the only buildings not dismantled at the end of the fair. A fire in 1976 left the structure forever altered and it currently sits as an environmental museum.

Tagged: expo 1967 67 montreal world fair quebec u.s. pavilion steel cells environmental museum structure metal cells night light painting blue purple red pink


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