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It's Norway's Constitution Day, a celebration of Norway's independence (its constitution was created on this day in 1814), commemoration of war dead, and of children. Go along to the parade in front of the Palace in Oslo today, where you'll see the Royal Family waving at the processions of musicians and children filing past. The festivities start at 9.15am.
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