Last Day in Germany for the Dutch King and Queen
Their Majesties King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima started their third and last day in Germany, on Wednesday July 7, visiting the Technical University of Berlin. During the visit the Royal Couple was informed about the importance of photonics and quantum research. At the University was also signed a Memorandum of Understanding in order “to promote German-Dutch cooperation in the field of photonics and quantum mechanics”.
Afterwards the King and the Queen visited the Herzberge Landscape Park where they met with initiators, stakeholders, volunteers and children and were informed about the history of the park, the activities and the environmental education.
At the Humboldt Forum Museum the Royal Couple toured “Berlin Global”, an interactive exhibition on 4,000 square metres of space that “shows how the city and its people are connected with the world”.
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In natuurbeschermingsgebied Park Herzberge spreekt het Koninklijk Paar met initiatiefnemers over onder meer natuur-, milieueducatie en de geschiedenis van het park.
Aansluitend bezoekt het Paar de tentoonstelling BERLIN GLOBAL.#staatsbezoek #NLGermany pic.twitter.com/sCB9qANcJy
— Koninklijk Huis (@koninklijkhuis) July 7, 2021
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