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King and queen of Sweden to visit Twin Cities to celebrate Swedish heritage

King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia will visit St. Peter to honor the 150th anniversary of Gustavus Adolphus College, then travel to Minneapolis to dedicate a new cultural center at the American Swedish Institute.
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King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia will visit St. Peter to honor the 150th anniversary of Gustavus Adolphus College, then travel to Minneapolis to dedicate a new cultural center at the American Swedish Institute.

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