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  • USSR — Flyer “Visitez l’Ukraine soviétique !”

    Tourist document promoting tourism in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. Descriptive portrait of major cities and tourist attractions of the country: Kiev (Kyiv), Odessa, Yalta, Lvov, Chernovtsy (Chernivtsi), Vinnitsa (Vinnytsia), Uzhgorod (Uzhhorod), Kharkov (Kharkiv), Poltava, Cherkasy, Zaporozhia (Zaporijjia), Novaya Kakhovka (Nova Kakhovka), and Kherson. “Ukraine! It stretches for hundreds of thousands of kilometres, from the…

  • URSS — Dépliant « Visitez l’Ukraine soviétique ! »

    Document touristique de promotion du tourisme en République socialiste soviétique d’Ukraine. Portrait descriptif des grandes villes et des attraits tourististiques du pays : Kiev (Kyiv), Odessa, Yalta, Lvov, Tchernovtsy (Tchernivtsi), Vinnitsa (Vinnytsia), Oujgorod (Oujhorod), Kharkov (Kharkiv), Poltava, Tcherkassy, Zaporojié (Zaporijjia), Novaïa Kakhovka (Nova Kakhovka), et Kherson. « L’Ukraine ! Elle s’étend sur des centaines de milliers de kilomètres,…

  • NETHERLANDS — Flyer “Pavillon néerlandais — expo 67”

    Description of the Dutch pavilion: Traditional Holland, the Delta project, A Haringvliet, Amsterdam, Gateway to Europe, Rotterdam-Europoort, Dutch Industries, Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles, the Royal House of Orange-Nassau as well as the Visual Arts and Music of the Netherlands.

  • ITALY — Flyer “List of designers at the Italian Pavilion”

    Untitled leaflet presenting a list of designers present at the Italian pavilion. An explanatory note by Irene Brin, journalist, writer and art dealer, introduces the document as an editorial. The document includes a stamp of the Italian pavilion.

  • MEXICO — Postcard “Album souvenir, precolombian art”

    9 reproductions of precolombian masterpieces from the art collection of the Mexican Pavilion at Expo 67. Contains the stamp of the pavilion on the cover. Postcard contents: Cover—Funerary Mask, Basait, Teotihuacan civilization, Ill—IV century B.C., Discovered at Teotihuacan, Coll. Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico, D.F.; Postcard No.1— Deity of Virility, Limestone, Maya civilization, Vth century…

  • JAPAN — Flyer “Japon”

    Folding out in 12 large format panels, this document covers Japan, in a presentation around its government, industry, foreign trade, education, sports and culture. On the cover the Tokyo-Osaka Superexpress, the fastest train in the world.

  • THAILAND — Flyer “Ce que le visiteur doit connaitre de la Thaïlande, le pays du sourire”

    Touristic leaflet about Thailand.

  • CANADA — Program “Cultural programming of the Canadian Pavilion (Period of May 5 to May 14)”

    Cultural programmation of the Canadian Pavilion for the period from May 5 to May 14, 1967. Theater and bandshell.

  • AUSTRIA — Flyer “Austria”

    Presentation of the Austrian Pavilion. “Welcome to the Austrian Pavilion. Inside in our theatre we present the ‘Vision of Austria.’ As through a rock crystal we show you our country by means of a sonic picture sequence.”

  • IVORY COAST — Flyer “Ivory Coast”

    General Information on Ivory Coast. “The Ivory Coast is situated on the West Coast of Africa between Ghana and Liberia. Its area over 100,000 sq miles and its population counts less than four million inhabitants. There are tour main rivers, some towns in full development and Abidjan capital city of the country, is the biggest, most…

  • UNITED STATES — Flyer “Voici les USA”

    Tourist promotion of the United States, through its major sites.

  • EUROPE — Flyer “To see Europe”

    Tourist flyer on the European railroads.

  • FRANCE — Booklet “French Caribbean”

    Tourist promotion booklet for the French West Indies. “Columbus discovered Guadeloupe on November 4, 1493. He named it after a monastery in Spain, keeping a promise he had made to Spanish monks. Over the centuries, control of the island changed hands many times, but it finally became a department of France in 1946. Martinique is…

  • TORONTO-DOMINION BANK — Map “Your map of Expo 67”

  • USSR — Flyer “To the visitors of the Soviet Pavilion”

    Message of Nikolaï Podgorny, President of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, à for the visitors of the Soviet Pavilion. “This year is a special one for our state. In November the Soviet Union will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution which set free the spiritual and…

  • BELGIUM — Brochure “B… comme Belgique”

    32-page color brochure on Belgium with many photos. “This brochure is just that: a message of friendship, an invitation to come and visit us in Belgium to discover the scenery and the reasons for our joie de vivre: charming landscapes, a rich and lively artistic, cultural and folkloric heritage, a cuisine worthy of esteem, the…

  • KOREA — Flyer “Pavillon de Corée, Expo 67”

    Promotional flyer on the Korean pavilion with special emphasis on Korea’s export industries. View of the Royal Palace, and a look at modernization. “The Korean Pavilion, a harmonious combination of the country’s classical architecture and the most modern lines, symbolizes both Korea’s ancient culture and the promise of its future.”

  • AUSTRIA — Flyer “Venez passer vos vacances en Autriche”

    Promotion of tourism in Austria. “The beauty of its landscape, its rich culture, its way of life and its hospitality have rightly made Austria one of the most popular vacation destinations. From the snow-capped Alpine peaks to the noble Danube Valley, the country is dotted with cheerful villages, medieval fortresses, magnificent abbeys and old cities…

  • ALGERIA — Book “Algeria Expo 67 Montreal”

    “It is also year 5 of Independent Algeria. Fortified by a young and dynamic people—57% of the eleven and a half million inhabitants are in fact less than 20 years old—its natural wealth and will to redress the situation, the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria confidently faces that most exulting task of building an upright and…

  • BARBADOS AND GUYANA — Philately “Postage stamps of Barbados”

    Souvenir of the pavilion with a short text about the two countries, with a sheet of 10 postage stamps of Barbados. The stamps represent the marine fauna and flora of the country.