The site for Baku Expo 2025 will be constructed east of the city. Two hundred hectares of undeveloped land, set between two growing suburbs, will be transformed into a major extension of the city with a fully integrated transport infrastructure. It will be the world’s newest urban park; an authentic and natural location that is both a beautiful and attractive addition to Baku
A physical expression of the theme
Reflecting our theme, ‘Developing human capital, building a
better future’, the site will create opportunities for individual
thought, collective action and global interconnection.
From above, it will appear to be an eight-pointed star – the
national emblem of Azerbaijan. While the intricate, geometric
patterns of our world-renowned carpets provide design
inspiration for the plazas and leisure spaces. At the centre, an
iconic building – the Azerbaijan National Pavilion – will be the
main point of reference as visitors navigate through pavilions and
Baku Expo 2025 site plan
A lasting legacy
The Baku Expo 2025 site will be an illustration of the future
function of urban spaces within the theme of ‘Developing human
capital, building a better future’, and a permanent legacy for
residents and visitors to enjoy.
As part of that legacy, the site can be easily converted to a
natural park at the end of the Expo. And the Azerbaijan National
Pavilion will be transformed to house a permanent exhibition,
educating visitors about the country’s achievements
in economic, social and humanitarian fields since regaining
independence in 1991.