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1958 Brussels International Exhibition

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The Atomium. Image by M. Soper
1957. Crystalline Hall and Hall of Technology at the British Section.
1957. British Industrial Pavillion.
Exhibition buildings. Image by M. Soper.
Exhibition buildings. Image by M. Soper.
Exhibition buildings. Image by M. Soper.
Exhibition buildings. Image by M. Soper.
Exhibition buildings. Image by M. Soper.
Exhibition buildings. Image by M. Soper.
Camera exhibited in 1958 by Agfa.
Advertising at the exhibition by Philips.
Singer at the exhibition.


Known as Expo '58 or Brussels World's Fair, it was the first major World's Fair after World War II.

Held from 17 April to 19 October 1958.

Many of the buildings were re-used from the Brussels International Exposition (1935).[1]

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