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NORWAY ROYAL FAMILY
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March 04, 2006
The Norwegian Royal couple, Crown Prince family and guests pose for pictures in the Royal Palace March...
Oslo, Norway
Norwegian Royal couple, Crown Prince family and guests pose for pictures in Royal Palace
The Norwegian Royal couple, Crown Prince family and guests pose for pictures in the Royal Palace March 4, 2006, prior to the baptising ceremony of Prince Sverre Magnus. Picture shows in front from left Countess Ruth, Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Crown Princess Mette-Marit with her children Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Marius Borg Hoiby, Queen Sonja and Princess Ragnhild. In the second row from the left are Johan Martin Ferner, Princess Astrid, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, King Harald, Crown Prince Haakon with Prince Sverre Magnus, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Leah Isadora Behn, Princess Martha Louise, Angelica Behn and Ari Behn. The third row from left to right, Bjorn Steinsland, Espen Hoiby, Princess Maxima, Crown Prince Pavlos, Princess Rosario, Prince Kyril and Marianne Gjellestad. SWEDEN OUT NORWAY OUT DENMARK OUT NO THIRD PARTY SALES REUTERS/Bjorn Sigurdson/The Royal Court/Scanpix
USA NORWAY
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September 18, 2005
King Harald of Norway (L) attends a news conference inside the Norwegian embassy with (L-R) Princess...
Washington, UNITED STATES
King Harald of Norway attends a news conference in Washington.
King Harald of Norway (L) attends a news conference inside the Norwegian embassy with (L-R) Princess Ragnhild, Princess Astrid and Queen Sonja in Washington D.C. September 18, 2005. King Harald unveiled a statue of his late mother, Crown Princess Martha in front of the Norwegian Embassy on Sunday. The statue was created to mark Norway's centennial and 100 years of diplomatic relations with the U.S. REUTERS/Micah Walter MW/NL
USA NORWAY
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September 18, 2005
King Harald of Norway (L) attends a news conference inside the Norwegian embassy with (L-R) Princess...
Washington, UNITED STATES
King Harald of Norway attends a news conference in Washington.
King Harald of Norway (L) attends a news conference inside the Norwegian embassy with (L-R) Princess Ragnhild, Princess Astrid and Queen Sonja. King Harald unveiled a statue of his late mother, Crown Princess Martha in front of the Norwegian Embassy in Washington D.C. September 18, 2005. The statue was created to mark Norway's centennial and 100 years of diplomatic relations with the U.S. REUTERS/Micah Walter MW/NL
ROYALS
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May 24, 2002
Royal guests and family pose for a group photo after the wedding of Norwegian Princess Martha Louise...
Trondheim, Norway
Royal guests and family pose for a group photo after the wedding of Norwegian Princess Martha Louis.....
Royal guests and family pose for a group photo after the wedding of Norwegian Princess Martha Louise and her groom, Ari Behn, in Trondheim, May 24, 2002. Picture shows in the back row, from left and then from left in successive rows toward the front: Prince Laurent, Astrid Jadot, Lionel Jadot, Prince Carl Philip, Sophie Ullens de Schooten, Gustaf Magnuson, Oscar Magnuson, Princess Sibilla, Prince Guillaume, Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan bin Talal, Nasser Jedeh, Princess Alexandra, Count Jefferson-Friedrich, Princess Madeleine, Prince Nikolaos, Mr. Espen Bjorshol, Ms Anja Bjorshol, Mr. Christian Udnes, Princess Astrid, Archduke Lorentz, Prince Ali, Princess Christina Mrs. Magnuson, Tord Magnuson, Madeleine Kogevinas, Nicolas Kogevinas, Mr. Johan Martin Ferner, Princess Astrid Mrs. Ferner, Princess Ragnhild Mrs. Lorentzen, Ms. Marianne Ulrichsen, Mr Kare Conradi, the Countess of Wessex, the Earl of Wessex (Prince Edward), Count Flemming of Rosenborg, Countess Ruth of Rosenborg, the Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume, Princess Maxima, The Prince of Orange (Prince Willem-Alexander), Queen Margrethe,, Mr. Olav Bjorshol, Ms. Marianne Solberg Behn, Princess M?rtha Louise, Mr. Ari Behn, Queen Sonja, King Harald, Crownprincess Mette-Marit, Crownprince Haakon, Crownprincess Victoria and Crownprince Felipe.
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TRANSPORT SWEDEN FERRY
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July 08, 1999
Passagers from the Norwegian ferry Princess Ragnhild wait for registration at the KA4 regiment army base...
Gothenborg, Sweden
PASSENGERS RESCUED FROM FERRY PRINCESS RAGNHILD.
Passagers from the Norwegian ferry Princess Ragnhild wait for registration at the KA4 regiment army base in Gothenburg, where the passangers were brought after their evacuation from the ship July 8. All passengers were safely evacuated with no serious injuries after a fire broke out in a machine room in the early hours of July 8. The picture shows the Norwegian couple Erling Geisnes and Eva Wiggen from Trondheim.

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SWEDEN FERRY
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July 08, 1999
Passengers huddle in liferafts against a rescue vessel after the Norwegian car-ferry "Princess Ragnhild"...
Gothenburg, Sweden
AERIAL VIEW OF NORWEGIAN FERRY PRINCESS RAGNHILD.
Passengers huddle in liferafts against a rescue vessel after the Norwegian car-ferry "Princess Ragnhild" (L rear) caught fire off the western coast of Sweden July 8. A 73-year-old Norwegian woman who suffered heart problems died in hospital but some 1,300 people, crew and passengers, were safely evacuated from the blazing ferry, with fine weather helping to avoid what could have been a major catastrophe, rescue officials said. The picture was taken by German passenger Wilfred Koenig.

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July 08, 1999
A rescue vessel assists the Norwegian car-ferry "Princess Ragnhild" after a fire onboard the vessel early...
Oslo, Sweden
AERIAL VIEW OF NORWEGIAN FERRY PRINCESS RAGNHILD.
A rescue vessel assists the Norwegian car-ferry "Princess Ragnhild" after a fire onboard the vessel early July 8 off the western coast of Sweden.Some 1,300 people were safely evacuated from the blazing ferry, with fine weather helping to avoid what could have been a major catastrophe, rescue officials said The Norwegian ferry was on a ordinary voyage from Kiel in Germany to Oslo, Norway with 1167 passsengers onboard. There were no serious injuries, but four people needed hospital treatment for smoke inhalation.

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