King Charles and Queen Camilla round up #RoyalVisitGermany

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On the third and final day of the State Visit to Germany, King Charles and Queen Camilla once again had a packed schedule.

The King and Queen travelled by train from Berlin to Hamburg, where they were greeted by the CEO of Deutsche Bahn, Dr. Richard Lutz.

From the train station, the King and Queen travelled to the Kindertransport Memorial. On the occasion of the 85th anniversary of the first Kindertransport, they met with the British Honorary Consul, a second-generation survivor. Queen Camilla placed a white rose at the memorial.

Afterwards, the King and Queen visit St. Nikolai Memorial Church. This church was destroyed during Allied bombing during the Second World War, and their visit was meant to signify reconciliation. King Charles and the President placed wreaths during a ceremony of remembrance.

Following this, King Charles and Queen Camilla visited Hamburg City Hall where they signed the Golden Book.

Afterwards, King Charles went on a Green Energy boat tour and learned about the port of Hamburg.

Meanwhile, Queen Camilla visited the Rudolf-Roß-Grundschule (Rudolf-Roß Elementary School), where she learned about the immersive language learning methods the school offers.

King Charles and Queen Camilla then met up again for a reception at Schuppen 52.

The State Visit ended with a farewell at Hamburg Airport.

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