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 Man the Explorer

Man has an initial urge to explore. Throughout man's story, every man has been an explorer. From enfancy on, man explorer.

First he turns to his immediate environment. Then he seeks to know more about himself. Eventually he proceeds to wider exploration of the universe.

As man's knowledge grows, his constant thought is how what he find may best be used and adapted to his purposes, to meet mankind's needs.

This vast field of human endeavor forms a sub-theme of Expo 67's overall Themne subject: Man and his World.

The Man the Explorer complex is close to the southwest tip of Ile Sainte-Hélène. It is convenient for Expo-Express and Metro stations. There are four exhibit areas in three interconnected buildings round a plaza:

a) Man and Life.
b) Man, his Planet and Space.
c) Man and the Oceans.
d) Man and the Polar Regions.
e) Man and his Health.

A bookstore displays a selection of books related to all Theme exhibits.

A restaurant, a bar and a terrace other refreshments.

( Document: Official Guide of l'Expo 67, Copyright 1967 by Maclean-Hunter Publishing Co. Ltd. )

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