Book about Royal Arctic Expedition
The experiences the Scandinavian heirs made during the travel to Svalbard and Greenland will be published in a book. Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Victoria and Crown Prince Frederik have written an own chapter about the impressions they got during the journeys.
In summer 2008 the 3 Scandinavian heirs visited Svalbard. They went aboard an icebreaker to get better impressions of the climate change in the Arctic.
In summer 2009 they went on a trip to Greenland. There they focus on the climate change and it’s consequences.
The book, which includes the Royal experiences, is called “Royal polar expedition”. It is a result of the ravels and is published in Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
The proceeds from the book will go to charity.
Click here to see a video about the Royal Arctic experiences.Filed under Danish Royals, Norwegian Royals, Swedish Royals
Tagged Books, Crown Prince Frederik, Crown Prince Haakon, Crown Princess Victoria, International Polar Year.
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