Pavilion 2 (Rio Pavilion)
This is a prime venue for the staging of large-scale events. Pavilion 2 has an area of 3.800 sqm, characterised by an absence of pillars which makes the venue particularly versatile. It has a 3m high gallery with an area of approximately 1.000 sqm.
Launched on May 26 1957 with the name Pavilhão Keil do Amaral [Keil do Amaral Pavilion], it was the International Fair of Lisbon for over 40 years.
In September 2007, it was renamed Pavilhão do Rio. This venue for the staging of large scale events is, nowadays, one of the historical landmarks not only of Lisbon, but also of the whole country.
It is a flexible space, ideal for the hosting of large- scale events such as Fairs and Exhibitions, Congresses and Meetings, Shows, Parties and Banquets and Sports Events. Its location makes it possible for the pavilion to function independently or in conjunction with the other surrounding premises.
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