On the afternoon of April 2, 2013, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia attended the play, Magic Journey, held at the Institution of Culture of Belgrade Municipality of Palilula on the occasion of World Autism Awareness Day.
In the evening the crown princess accompanied by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia hosted a reception, in collaboration with the United Nations in Serbia, at the White Palace “…in honor of International Autism Day.”
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On April 2, 2013, His Royal Highness Prince Daniel of Sweden visited the company,iZettle, in Stockholm. Launched in 2011 by entrepreneurs Mr. Jacob de Geer and Mr. Magnus Nilsson, iZettle allows customers to use their credit cards through an “…application and a mini chip card reader that plugs into on their iPad, iPhone and other smartphones…”
According to the Swedish royal court, during his visit Prince Daniel met with the staff as well as held an informal meeting with iZettle founders, Mr. Jacob de Geer and Mr. Magnus Nilsson.
On April 2, 2013, Her Royal Highness Princess Maxima of the Netherlands visited the Special Collections Department at the University of Amsterdam to receive the first 1001 Vrouwen (1001 Women) stamps on the occasion of “…of the exhibition, ‘1001 Women in the Dutch history’…”
According to RVD:
“The 1001 Women sheetlet contains ten stamps with portraits of notable women in Dutch history. The four upper and four lower postage stamps are identical, so a total of six women from six different centuries are shown.
The following six women are depicted: The explorer Alexandrine Tinne, the writer Belle van Zuylen Utrecht heroine of the ‘Eighty Years War Trijn of Leemput’, the painter Mary Oosterwijck, the land lady Mary of Burgundy and the theologian Anna Zernike.”
On Tuesday, April 2, 2013, Her Majesty Queen Sofia of Spain attended the inauguration of the exhibition entitled, Grandes Maestros del Arte Popular de Iberoamérica, held at the Teatro Fernán Gómez in Madrid.
According to the official website for the Teatro Fernán Gómez the folk art exhibition, “…consists of carefully selected and collected works between 2007 to 2011 and covering 22 countries by approximately 450 craftsmen.”