Crown Princess joins Töreboda's 100th anniversary celebrations
The Crown Princess visited Töreboda municipality on Friday. The Crown Princess is pictured here disembarking from the world's smallest ferry, Lina. Photo: Adam Ihse, Scanpix.
The Crown Princess visited Töreboda municipality on Friday. The municipality of Töreboda, which was celebrating its 100th anniversary, has a stunning location between Lake Vättern and Lake Vänern in the county of Västra Götaland.
Töreboda proudly opened its doors to two successful companies: Daloc Futura, which manufactures secure doors, and Moelven Töreboda, which is the world's oldest laminating plant.
The Crown Princess also visited Sötåsen, an agricultural upper secondary school with a focus on organic farming, where pupils told her about how the school's eco-cycle approach permeates all activities.
Following the visit, The Crown Princess was invited to an exquisite lunch by the pupils of Kanal School.
In the afternoon, The Crown Princess presented awards to two key figures in the history and development of the municipality, as well as a prize for the Entrepreneur of the Year. After this, The Crown Princess said that she thought it had been “a lovely day; a rich day, during which I've had the chance to meet many people who have made Töreboda what it is today".
The Crown Princess being welcomed by children holding home-made flags. The Crown Princess is wearing the Vadsbro costume, together with a necklace that she was previously given by Töreboda as a birthday present. Photo: Adam Ihse, Scanpix.