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Queen Letizia hands out prize for best scientific monologue

Posted On: 22 Oct 2021   |   Posted By: Royal Central

Queen Letizia of Spain visited the Society of Fine Arts in Madrid for a ceremony celebrating scientific monologues.
The Queen was welcomed to the venue by Minister for Science and Innovation Diana Morant, the President of the Society of Fine Arts, Juan Miguel Hernández León, and the General Director of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology Inma Aguilar.
Once inside, she received the salutations of the Director of British Council Spain Mark Howard, the Minister Counselor of the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Spain, Sarah Cowley and the Director of the Society of Fine Arts, Valerio Rocco.
The ceremony was held in the building's Fernando de Rojas Theatre and conducted by television personality Virginia Riezu, who introduced the eight monologues that reached the finals.
Letizia has always been a promoter of communication, even before becoming a member of the Spanish Royal Family; she used to be a journalist, and a reporter, so she knows first-hand the impact communication has on public...

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