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Setting: Morocco is represented by architecture and monuments from three famous Moroccan cities. These include Casablanca, Fez, and Marrakesh.
Koutoubia Minaret, the focal point of the Pavilion, is a replica of the 12th century Marrakesh prayer tower that looks out over World Showcase.
Setting: Disney designed the Mexico Pavilion to look like an ancient Temple in Tenochtitlan, the capital of what was once the vast Aztec Empire. The structure is immense and the rich details are worth taking a moment to appreciate.
Unlike the other World Showcase Pavilions, most of the attractions, shops, and restaurants are located inside one air-conditioned building. Coupled with the perpetual nighttime atmosphere, Mexico is one of the most relaxing and comfortable Pavilions to enjoy.
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Setting: The red torii gate and the 85 foot tall Goju-no-to pagoda are the two structures you’ll probably notice first as you enter the Japan Pavilion. These and other buildings are surrounded by beautiful gardens made up of native Japanese plants, bamboo, and evergreen, maple, and monkey puzzle trees.
The large courtyard in the middle of the Pavilion makes Japan feel more open, relaxed, and less cluttered than other Pavilions.
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Setting: The focal point of the Italy Pavilion is the 105-foot tall functioning replica of St Mark’s Campanile, the bell tower that looks out over the World Showcase Lagoon.
Also prominently featured is a replica of the Doge’s Palace, originally built by the Venetians in the early 14th century.
Germany Pavilion at Epcot
Setting: The Germany Pavilion is styled to look like a 16th century German town, only with architecture from several distinct periods.
You’ll immediately see the statue of Saint George slaying a dragon, as well as a clock tower with a glockenspiel that chimes on the hour. The rest of the Pavilion is made up of small shops, the Biergarten restaurant, Sommerfest quick service, and a couple of kiosks, all of which are immaculately detailed.