Sweden’s King and Queen visit Minneapolis
|The Swedish King and Queen after they arrived |
at the Nelson Cultural Center
Sweden’s King Carl and Queen Sonja embarked on an official visit to Minneapolis from Oct. 4-6. Here’s the itinerary of their trip:
The King and Queen toured the American Swedish Institute at the Nelson Cultural Center. They were greeted by an entourage led by the institute’s CEO Bruce Karstadt.
In the evening, the Institute held a celebratory dinner for the royal couple.
|The King and Queen of Sweden gets a warm welcome at |
the Gustavus Adolphus College
The royal couple then proceeded to the Hillstrom Museum of Arts “where a major exhibition of Swedish art from 1862 onwards includes loans from the Moderna Museet and the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm.” They then returned to the Gustavus Adolphus College for lunch. Still in the campus, the King attended a seminar titled "From Global to Local: Teaching and Living Environmental Sustainability," while the Queen lent her presence at another seminar, "Protecting and Supporting the World's Women and Children.”
In the evening, the royal couple attended a dinner held in their honor.
|King Carl delivers his speech at the American Swedish Institute|
The King and Queen proceeded to the American Swedish Institute for lunch held in their honor. Then, a ceremony was held where the King and Queen unveiled a commemorative plaque.
In the evening, a fundraising dinner was held for the American Swedish Institute.
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