Scandinavia House–The Nordic Center in America
|Scandinavia House–The Nordic Center in America|
|Location||58 Park Avenue, Manhattan, New York, USA|
|Website||Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America|
Scandinavia House–The Nordic Center in America is The American-Scandinavian Foundation's cultural center in midtown Manhattan dedicated to preserving the history of the Scandinavian and Nordic countries' cultural impact in the United States through a wide variety of exhibits and programming. The Nordic Center was designed by architect James Stewart Polshek and opened to the public in 2000 with a visit from King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden and their eldest daughter Princess Victoria; Princess Martha Louise of Norway; and Princess Benedikte of Denmark.
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