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H.S.H. Prince Albert II in Drogheda (Ireland)

H.S.H. Prince Albert went to Drogheda (Ireland) for an environmental and heritage based visit, on 23 June, 2017.

On this occasion, the Sovereign Prince met young students taking part in environmental projects, before taking part in a Forum on Biodiversity which was held in the presence of many personalities.

Thereafter, H.S.H. the Prince inaugurated “The Princess Grace Rose Garden” in Saint Dominic's Park: a garden in tribute to His mother. At the Highlanes Gallery, He visited an exhibition unveiling photographs of the visit of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace to Drogheda in 1961.

H.S.H. the Prince concluded this day by taking part in a dinner organised by Worldwide Ireland Funds during which He received the "Bird and Bell Award" for His commitment on behalf of the environment and His philanthropic action towards Ireland.

H.S.H. Prince Albert II in Drogheda (Ireland)