Brussels Expo – in the vicinity of the Koning Boudewijn Stadium and the Atomium – is the place were annually 150 events take place, including exhibitions, trade fairs and conferences.
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Paris exhibition centres
Paris has several exhibition centres, of which Paris Expo Porte de Versailles and Paris-Nord Villepinte are the most notorious. With more than 900 events, Paris Expo, located in the Eiffel Tower's shadow, is the main attraction.
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Messe Berlin is the exhibition centre of the German capital and home to a large number of events. The hall has up to 160,000 m2 of exhibition space.
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Annually Cologne offers space for more than fifty international (trade) fairs with 42,000 companies from 120 countries. The city is rightfully known as the leading centre for the exchange of supply and demand.
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Deutsche Messe offers no less than 496,000 m2 of indoor exhibition space and an additional 58,000 m2 outdoors, making it the world's largest exhibition centre.
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Frankfurt is one of the oldest exhibition cities in the world (since 1240) and the famous fairs attract over 1.5 million visitors every year.
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Every year Messe Düsseldorf accommodates numerous events and 50 trade fairs. In addition, the Messe Dusseldorf organises another 120 events abroad. This makes Dusseldorf one of the leading business centres in the world.
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