The international exhibition and forum “Russia” opens on November 4 at the VDNKh site in Moscow. As part of the event, which will last until April 12, 2024, the Sverdlovsk region, as well as all regions of the country, will present their exposition. The stand of the Middle Urals will present scientific and technical achievements, metallurgical enterprises and popular locations of the region.
One of the stands will show the development of the region’s industry from the Demidov factories to modern scientific and technical achievements. The exhibition will include the external appearance of enterprises, namely: copper, cast iron and factory walls. “The plant from the time of Nikita Demidov will be presented as it has come down to us. That is, slightly rusty, shabby, but at the same time full of technology,” the regional information policy department reported, citing a specialist who took part in the creation of the stand.
Visitors to the exhibition will be able to get acquainted with the leading industrial enterprises of the Sverdlovsk region. The exhibition will feature the tallest buildings in Yekaterinburg “Vysotsky” and “Iset”, electric trains “Lastochka” and much more. Information about the Middle Urals will be placed in pavilion 75 on a total area of 105 square meters. Against the background of the stands, guests of the event will be able to take photographs as a souvenir.
In addition, the Atom pavilion will feature two closed cities in the region – Lesnoy and Zarechny. There they will talk about significant events in Sverdlovsk cities and introduce viewers to little-known facts about the specialists who took part in the construction of local factories.
The organizing committee especially commends the regional teams who took a creative approach to creating stands and create content for a wide range of ages. For example, at some stands routes are thought out even for 3-year-old children: information is duplicated in the design at their eye level. If a large fish is drawn on the wall for an adult, then below – where the child will walk – the same fish is drawn, but small.