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« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2022, 02:51:47 AM »

May 17 - Day 1
Benedikte visited Flensburg in Germany
The Danish minority high school in Flensborg, Duborg-School, celebrated its 100th anniversary today. Benedikte participated in the celebrations, which included speeches, communal singing, and musical features.

Duborg-School is part of the school system for the Danish minority in Sydsleswig and has an admission bachelor's degree for higher education in both Denmark and Germany. Every year the school sends between 100 and 110 students out into the world













Benedikte visited a Danish School on the German Island of Sylt
On the elongated German island of Sylt, which is located in the National Park Wadehavet close to Rm, there is a Danish school in the capital city of Vesterland, which Her Royal Highness Princess Benedikte re-inaugurated today.

The school has undergone an extensive renovation and the students are mainly from the Danish minority on the island. Subsequently, the Princess also visited the Danish kindergarten as well as the children's and youth house in Vesterland, just as the Frisian minority got a visit to Alt Friesisches Haus, which contains a museum collection about the history of the Frisians.

Since yesterday Princess Benedikte has visited the German island of Sild, and the themes of the visit have been Denmark as a holiday country and a pioneer for green transition and digitalization. Her Royal Highness ended the visit by taking the car train to Nibl via the Hindenburg Dam, which is the island's permanent connection to the outside world.













May 18 - Day 2
Benedikte visited Danish and Frisian minorities on the island of Herring
Benedikte met the island's Danish and Frisian minorities and heard about their culture and history - including the island's historical association.








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« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2022, 02:52:04 AM »

May 21
Benedikte as Honorary President of the Copenhagen Rotary Club
She presented the Copenhagen Rotary Club's Leonardo da Vinci Prize at Rosenborg Castle.
The Leonardo da Vinci Prize is awarded annually and sponsored by 11 European Rotary clubs: Amsterdam, Athens, Brussels, Dublin, Florence, Copenhagen, London, Madrid, Tours, Vienna-Ring and Wrzburg.

The participating clubs take turns hosting the award ceremony, and this year the trip had come to Copenhagen.

The prize of DKK 100,000 went to solo dancer Silvia Selvini.







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May 22
Benedikte as Patron of Parasport Denmark attended the Special Olympics Sports Festival in Kolding
After this, the more than 1,200 participating athletes with developmental disabilities and their coaches, leaders, and volunteers gathered for the last time in Sydbank Arena on top of this morning's finals and award ceremonies for the festival's closing ceremony.

The royal visit brought great joy among the many participants when handing over medals in the handball tournament.












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