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Royals visit Lærdal

King Harald and Queen Sonja are Thursday visiting Lærdaløyri, the hamlet which was devastated by fire last Sunday. The Royal Couple will be shown around the town, and meet with rescue teams and volunteers who helped fight the blaze.

 

They will also meet a family whiich lost everything when their house burnt down, and visit another home which escaped the flames.

The King nad Queen will end their visit at Lærdal hospital, where they will also meet the press.

(NRK)

 

 


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