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EXPO 2015: Opening Day among countries' pavilions and open worksites

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After years of preparation, May 1 sets the opening date of EXPO Milano 2015, a six-months showcase of 145 countries, multinationals and internationals organizations' ideas on the theme : Feed the planet, Energy for Life." As visitors walk among the many completed pavilions, they can still see some unfinished worksites, and people working around the clock to complete everything.

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Produced May 01, 2015
Published May 01, 2015
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-Opening shots

-People in line at the gates

- Large shots of EXPO's site

- Visitors  walking among pavilions

- Stylist Giorgio Armani among visitors

- People of various nationalities

- Ecuador and Kuwait's pavilions

- Countries' flags

Sot -Italian- Lady- The sinergy of these countries participating at the EXPO can manage to help improving the world

Sot -English- Japanese man- We are here to promote Japanese food culture and Japanese's food taste

Sot- Italian- young lady- I think there was lots of psychological terrorism. As far as I can see, things are calm and people look prepared.

- Work still in progress among visitors

- visitors walking

- workers in unfinished pavilions

- security monitoring the unfinished sites

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