"Two Lives One Mission"
The exhibition at the Royal Palace tells the story of the life and work of the King and Queen using photographs and artefacts as well as a presentation of private and ceremonial attire.
The items will be on display in the finest rooms of the Palace: the Small Ceremonial Hall, the Great Hall (the Ballroom) and the Banqueting Hall. The Royal Palace is open to the public from Saturday 23 June to Sunday 12 August. Visitors must follow a guided tour. Tickets may be purchased at any Norwegian post office. Remaining tickets will be sold at the entrance before each tour.
Congratulations are presented today from His Majesty King Harald to His Excellency Mr Egils Levits, President of the Republic of Latvia.
World Heritage at Vega
In 2004, UNESCO inscribed the Vega Archipelago on the World Heritage List. Today His Royal Highness The Crown Prince was in attendance to open the new Vega Archipelago World Heritage Centre – Norway’s first authorised centre of its kind.