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Expo 67 was open from April to October, 1967 in Montreal, Canada.   The site consisted of two islands and a peninsula in the middle of the St. Lawrence River.   The admission ticket was referred to as a passport and entitled the holders to free entry to all pavilions as well as unlimited use of the mass transit system - Expo-Express. The passport could be filled with "visa stamps" at the National Pavilions.    Via: http://www.alamedainfo.com/Expo_67_Montreal.htm

Expo 67 was open from April to October, 1967 in Montreal, Canada. The site consisted of two islands and a peninsula in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. The admission ticket was referred to as a passport and entitled the holders to free entry to all pavilions as well as unlimited use of the mass transit system - Expo-Express. The passport could be filled with "visa stamps" at the National Pavilions. Via: http://www.alamedainfo.com/Expo_67_Montreal.htm

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very large geodesic dome as the US pavilion at the Montreal Expo. Invented by R Buckminster Fuller, the geodesic dome becomes lighter and stronger as it's size (and volume) increases! (1967)

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Expo 67 Poster: International Exhibition of Fine Art

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Expo 67 *The Minirail* Booklet

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Sam Tata, photographe. Vue partielle du pavillon du Venezuela, Expo 67, Montréal, Québec. 1967.

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Expo 67 Poster: International Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture 4/28 to 10/27