After a nice holiday with her family, H.R.H. Princess Maxima of the Netherlands is back at work. This afternoon in Alphen aan den Rijn (south of Amsterdam) the vivacious princess inaugurated the Museum Archeologiehuis. The new museum contains:
Remains of the humans which were murdered about 1700 before Christ were exposed at the exposition. The museum contains the Roman Museum, the Provincial Archaeological Center and the Archaeological Work Community. (source)
Here is an old news report (April 28, 2011) from KITV News in Hawai’i about the royal wedding between Their Majesties King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma of Hawai’i. Click here to watch the video.🙂 By the way, the reporters mention the word Kahili in the news report, and if you don’t know what a Kahili is, it’s basically a large pole made up of native Hawaiian manu feathers on top.
With less than five days until the nuptials between H.I.&R.H. Prinz Georg Friedrich von Preußen and H.S.H. Prinzessin Sophie von Isenburg, the German television network, RBB, released a nice video news report about the couple on August 22, 2011. Click hereto watch (scroll down a bit and look to your left hand side to see the video clip entitled, Porträt des Brautpaares.)