Tagged: H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon

Celebrating Queen Margrethe

On Sunday evening,Their Majesties King Harald and Queen Sonja and Their Royal Highnesses Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit attended the gala dinner at Christiansborg Castle. The dinner is the great celebration of...

We hereby plant our beloved flag at the South Pole

The centennial anniversary of Roald Amundsen’s arrival at the South Pole was commemorated Dec. 14, 2011. His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon was in attendance at the festivities in the city of Tromsø, known...

"Julefotografering" at the Royal Palace

On Monday, December 19th, the Royal Family came together for a special occasion: to take some family Christmas photos. The photos were taken in the Red Lounge, where HM Queen Sonja read a fairytale...

Christmas at the Royal Palace

“Christmas at the Castle” Their Majesties King and Queen invite for the first time televised Christmas concert at the royal palace. 01.12.2011 King and Queen invited 200 young people from the four projects that...

Young creators in Sarpsborg

Young creators in Sarpsborg H.R.H. The Crown Prince onThursday visited Kruse Loop and Greåker schools, both of which have good traditions in teaching students to run their own businesses and be innovative. The trip...

"Foskningsdager" begins

“Research Days” opens today at the University of Oslo. This morning His Royal Highness Crown Prince Håkon visited University Square in Oslo, where the National Science Week 2011 opens today. The festival brings forth...

One Young World 2011

Their Royal Highnesses The Crown Prince and Crown Princess are both attending the One Young World Summit in Zurich. Some 1,200 young leaders were present in the auditorium when Crown Prince Haakon officially opened...

Warm opening of a cool conference

The IPY Oslo Science Conference was officially opened by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon. At the opening ceremony, 2400 polar scientists and friends of polar science were moved by a children’s gospel choir...

The Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund

Situated in Haugesund, on the west coast of Norway in charming surroundings, The Norwegian International Film Festival, often called the “Nordic Cannes”, is your gateway to the Norwegian film and cinema industry. The festival...