After breaking the 20-million mark earlier this week, the number of visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai has now risen to 20,819,155.
Visitors have been captivated by how the largest global gathering of its sort since the start of the pandemic has unfolded, from the crown jewel, Al Wasl dome, to the water feature Surreal, the stellar entertainment line-up, and fascinating pavilions of the 192 participating countries.
The event claims to have brought individuals from all over the world together in one location.
Water Week, the tenth and final theme week of Expo 2020 Dubai’s Programme for People and Planet, is presently underway.
There will be a strong focus on the global community’s collective responsibility to better manage and preserve water in the face of threats such as climate change, plastic pollution, and overfishing, which will run until March 26th and feature a wide range of programming focusing on how we can protect our most precious resource.
Officials from Expo 2020 Dubai are excited to welcome visitors to more special events, including the magnificent closing ceremony on March 31st, which will feature top performers and honour teachers and schoolchildren.
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