Dutch Working Visit To Bavaria – Last Day
Their Majesties King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima completed today, Thursday April 14, the two-day working visit to Bavaria.
In the morning ,The Royal Couple went to Erlangen, in the north-west of Nuremberg to visit the headquarter of the medical device supplier to the healthcare industry, Siemens Healthcare . Upon their arrival they were welcomed by Florian Janik, Mayor of Erlangen and the CEO of Siemens Healthcare, Bernd Montag. The King and the Queen toured the company and were informed about the production of medical scanner and then signed the Golden Book. At the Valley Medical Center the Royal Couple attended a meeting along with Dutch and German companies about medical robotics, diagnostics and e-Health.
Dutch Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander visit the Siemens Healthcare complex in Erlangen, on April 14, 2016.
Later the King and The Queen went to Nuremberg where they officially welcomed at the Tucherschloss Museum by Ulrich Maly, Mayor of Nuremberg and Joachim Herrmann, Minister of the Interior of the state of Bavaria.
A lunch meeting was then held with Bavarian Ministries and members of various companies. The theme of the lunch meeting was “Sustainability, transparency and effectiveness in the transport sector and cooperation between Dutch and Bavarian partners”.
After the lunch, The Royal Couple went to the Rathaus, the city hall of Nuremberg, where they had a meeting with Dutch and German entrepreneurs about transportation issues and logistics services and the cooperation between the Bavarian inland ports and the port of Rotterdam. The King and the Queen signed the Golden Book.
In the afternoon King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima paid a visit to the famous “Saal 600” of the Palace of Justice of Nuremberg. The courtroom is famous because it was the location of the “Nuremberg trials”, held from 1945 to 1949 against the war criminals of the Second World War. During the visit was signed a cooperation agreement about international law.
The visit ended with the opening of an exhibition in the former work and home of the Nuremberg painter Albrecht Dürer. One of the works exposed is a portrait of the humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam made by Dürer during his stay of one year in the Netherlands.Filed under The Netherlands
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