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WASHINGTON STATE PAVILION
the Washington State Pavilion by colourful hanging banners.
Inside, a unique presentation environment shuttled visitors along a moving sidewalk through one of the world's longest projection screens. Giant images were created by 72 choreographed motion picture and slide projectors. The feature depicted Washington's scenic wonders from both city and rural life.
The Garden Plaza featured entertainment amongst hemlocks and rhododendrons.
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The State of Washington offers a travelogue presented in a unique fashion. You enter the pavilion through a shower of stars created by lights. You then find yourself in a tunnel, standing on a moving sidewalk called the Travolator. Here you'll see a seven minute film depicting Washington's scenery, people and local events. The main exhibit hall, Discovery Place, provides individual television monitors on which you can select a short feature on a variety of subjects pertaining to the state.
-- the film
the Travolator is well worth the visit. It has beautiful images
a great soundtrack.