The children’s world area uses drawings by children from KankaanpÃ¤Ã¤, the Finnish city twinned with Hanover ‘The people who design sets for the National Opera took the children’s drawings and used them in the first hall, without changing them in any way,’ says a spokeswoman for the pavilion. ‘The planning of all three exhibition areas was done with the Heureka Science Centre in Helsinki, which is very experienced at displaying exhibitions to the public in an easy to understand way.’
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