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8 months of preparation go into Norwegian royalty's 4 hour Duluth visit

The city should be well-prepared for the Monday afternoon events involving King Harald V and Queen Sonja. The schedule includes a re-dedication of the refurbished Enger Tower, which was first dedicated by King Harald's father in 1939.
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The city should be well-prepared for the Monday afternoon events involving King Harald V and Queen Sonja. The schedule includes a re-dedication of the refurbished Enger Tower, which was first dedicated by King Harald's father in 1939.

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