Royals stir Norway pride with trip to Minnesota this week

Events featuring the royal couple quickly filled up and organizers say turnouts should reach into the thousands. The royal couple will be on hand for the re-dedication of the Enger Tower in Duluth, before spending time with the Minnesota National Guard.
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Events featuring the royal couple quickly filled up and organizers say turnouts should reach into the thousands. The royal couple will be on hand for the re-dedication of the Enger Tower in Duluth, before spending time with the Minnesota National Guard.

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