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1999 World Horticultural Exposition

AIPH Kunming 1999
BIE-class Horticultural exposition
Name 1999 World Horticultural Exposition
Motto Man and Nature, marching into the 21st century
Country  China
City Kunming
Venue World Horti-Expo Garden
Opening April 30, 1999 (1999-04-30)
Closure October 31, 1999 (1999-10-31)
Horticultural expositions
Previous 1993 World Horticultural Exposition in Stuttgart
Next Floriade 2002 in Haarlemmermeer
Specialized expositions
Previous Expo '98 in Lisbon
Next Expo 2005 in Nagoya
Universal expositions
Previous Seville Expo '92 in Seville
Next Expo 2000 in Hannover

The 1999 World Horticultural Exposition (昆明世博会) was an A1 category international garden festival as recognised by the International Association of Horticultural Producers in Kunming, China. The theme of the exposition was "Man and Nature, marching into the 21st century."[1]

The event lasted from April 30 to October 31, 1999, and attracted 9.5 million visitors.[2]

See also


  1. ^ China Kunming Trip:Cities:Kunming Attractions:The World Horticulture Expo Garden
  2. ^ Backgrounder: A review of major international gardening expos in China

External links

  • A Brief Introduction to 1999 Kunming International Horticultural Exposition

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