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Social programme for the delegates and accompanying persons 

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The Mirror room 

Welcome Reception 

The Grand Hotel of Stockholm was created by Régis Cadier and the hotel was opened on June 14, 1874.  
The king of Sweden at that time, Oscar II, participated in the opening ceremony.  Today the Grand Hotel is the most prestigious hotel in Stockholm and among others the Nobel prize laureates stay here during their visit in Stockholm. 
A welcome reception for the conference delegates will be held at the  
Grand Hotel on Wednesday, February 10 at 19.00. 

The reception is free for the delegates and accompanying persons.  To secure a ticket, please mark the relevant box on the registration form. 

Stockholm City Hall 

From any part of Stockholm that lies south of lake Mälaren, one building dominates the skyline, the City Hall. A massive square tower rises from one corner of the elegant building which is made of decorated brickwork. The City Hall is the masterwork of the Swedish architect Ragnar Östberg who began to work with it in 1911 and devoted the next 12 years of his life to complete the City Hall. Every room in the  
City Hall has itís own character and originality. The Blue Hall, the largest room in the building, is a manifestation in brickwork, and itís here that the Nobel banquet takes place every 10th of December.  

A reception will be given in the beautiful City Hall by invitation of the city of Stockholm and the Stockholm County Council, where a buffet dinner will be served on Thursday February 11 at 17.30. 

The reception is free for the delegates and accompanying persons.  To secure a ticket, please mark the relevant box on the registration form. 

Programme for accompanying persons 

The Vasa Museum 

Enjoy a piece of Swedish history at the spectacular Vasa Museum, one of Stockholm's main attractions.  
The Royal warship Vasa sank on her maiden voyage inside Stockholm Harbour, in 1628. After 333 years underwater, she was raised from her watery grave in 1961, and after several years of restoration she has now been moved to her final resting place in the spectacular museum. A guide will give a fascinating  
account about the Vasa and what life was like onboard a warship in the 17th century. 

The tour lasts for 2 hours. 
Price per person: SEK 155 

Art Tour 

This tour will take you to two beautiful art museums in Stockholm. 
 Firstly, Millesgården, with its fountains, terraces and magnificent view of Stockholm, was the home of the great Swedish sculptor Carl Milles (1875-1955). He is famous for his dramatic and technically daring work. A number of Millesí works are displayed in the beautiful garden overlooking the sea. 
 Secondly, Waldermarsudde which was once the home of Prince Eugen, the ?Painter Prince?. His house, which contains his art collection, is now a museum offering the informal charm of a private home. 

The tour lasts for three hours. 
Price per person: SEK 280