The St. Louis World's Fair was the perfect place for nations to showcase their development, their technology, and wares; not to mention working politics, business, trade, and financial support into the mix.

The `Place of Nations' was found  between International Avenue, University Boulevard, and the mid-northwestern section of the fairgrounds.

  The Nation buildings had more exhibits  than  the states' clubhouse setup, but these foreign structures housed  rooms  for kings, queens, and other monarchy as well as dignitaries and such.

Many of the buildings had souvenirs for sale and as well as eateries. 
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Nation Building That You Want to See.  Not Every Exhibit is Listed.
Argentine Republic
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Ceylon
China
Cuba
France
France
Germany
Great Britain
Guatemala
Holland
India
Italy
Japan
Mexico

Nicaragua
Siam
Sweden
US Government

Other Nations
Lee  Gaskins'  AT THE FAIR  The 1904 St. Louis World's   Fair 
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