Exposiçao International do Centenario do Brazil
1922 – 1923 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Open date: 7 th of September 1922
3 626 000 visitors
Size: 62 Acres and it was divided in one foreign and one national section.
The expo was a celebration of the independence. 100 years earlier – on September 7th 1822 the prince soon to be Dom Pedro I proclaimed the independence of Brazil. The Brazilian congress decided in 1921 to honor this occasion.
- Palace of industries (now National Historic Museum)
- Crystal restaurant
- Agriculture and transportation palace
- Pavilion of hunting and fishing (now Captainships of ports)
- The palace of minor industries
- Pavilion of states
- Palace of the festival was one of the more luxury buildings with paintings by Rodolfo and Chambelland Carlos.
- French pavilion was a replica of Petit Trianon of Versailles
- Argentine pavilion
National archives, record group 43
There are several photos by Cesar Augusto Malta Campos from the Expo.
You find more info and photos in portuguese here.