Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II, H.R.H. Prince Henrik, and H.R.H. Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia this afternoon continuing their state visit the country.
The reigning couple visited at monument to the Leningrad Liberators where they placed a wreath; then it was off to the royal yacht, Dannebrog, where witnessed the signing of a contract by the Danish mega-shipping company, Maersk Line.
H.R.H. Crown Prince Frederik was busy as well. Prior to flying to St. Petersburg the heir to the Danish throne attended a business breakfast in Moscow. At 2pm, he had a guided tour at the H&H factory in Kirkino. Soon after he visited the Admiralteskiye Yard where, once again, he had a guided tour of the venue as well as previewed an exhibit about shipbuilding. Later on in the day, Crown Prince Frederik was joined by H.R.H. Prince Henrik were the royal duo attended a business seminar at the Baltika Brew restaurant.
The day ended for Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II, H.R.H. Prince Henrik, and H.R.H. Crown Prince Frederik were they were guests of honor at a dinner party hosted by the governor.
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