Floralies Internationales de Montréal

AIPH Montreal 1980

The 1976 Olympic Velodrome, venue of the indoor exhibits
BIE-class Horticultural exposition
Name Floralies Internationales de Montréal
Countries 23
Country Canada
City Montreal
Coordinates 45°30′21.2″N 73°31′39.1″W / 45.505889°N 73.527528°W / 45.505889; -73.527528
Opening May 17, 1980 (1980-05-17)
Closure September 1, 1980 (1980-09-01)
Horticultural expositions
Previous Wiener Internationale Gartenschau 74 in Vienna
Next Floriade 1982 in Amsterdam
Specialized expositions
Previous Expo '75 in Okinawa
Next Expo 81 in Plovdiv
Universal expositions
Previous Expo '70 in Osaka
Next Seville Expo '92 in Seville

The Floralies Internationales de Montréal was the 8th horticutural world's fair recognized by the Bureau of International Expositions.[1] The fair was split in two sequential exhibitions, starting with an indoor event in the former Olympic Velodrome and later on different gardens on Notre Dame Island, the site of the Expo 67.[2] 17 countries were represented at the indoor exhibition and the Velodrome was converted to Montreal Biodome afterwards. The indoor exhibition opened on May 17 and closed May 29. The gardens at the outdoor part opened on May 31. 12 countries showed their gardens to the public during the summer until September 1.


Participating countries and square footage

Interior Floralies Exterior Floralies


  1. Les Floralies internationales de Montréal 1980, Album souvenir

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