Expo '70 Commemorative Park

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Expo '70 Commemorative Park | Progress and Harmony for Mankind

Expo '70 Commemorative Park | Progress and Harmony for Mankind

Expo '70 Commemorative Park is a park in Osaka located where Expo '70 was held in 1970. Expo '70, or "Osaka Banpaku", was a world fair with the theme "Progress and Harmony for Mankind" which 78 countries participated in. Today that site has become known as Expo '70 Commemorative Park and is a large lawn for the public. The park's symbolic landmark is the Tower of the Sun, a statue that was present during Expo '70. Expo '70 Commemorative Park also contains a Japanese Garden, amusement park Expoland, Osaka Expo '70 Stadium, and the National Museum of Ethnology.

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