Belgium took the transportation theme to heart by naming their famed cartoon character Tintin "the first man on the moon." A life sized model of Tintin welcomed guests to the pavilion from the moon's surface.
In the main exhibit area, a sophisticated, working model of Antwerp's harbour was displayed complete with robotic cranes and ships. Also displayed was the Belgian canal system linking several seaports as well as innovations in urban transit.
In the middle of it all, visitors could view a model of Europe's first train.
A 28 screen
focused on transportation and culture. It also explained why
is the only country on earth that can be seen from space.