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Baltic Fever Hits Iceland’s Capital

The Latvian Presidency of the Council of the Baltic Sea States, the Latvian Embassy in Iceland and the CBSS Secretariat in Stockholm are organizing different cultural events related to the “Balticness” project in Reykjavík today.

The project includes separate university roundtable discussions, a traveling photo exhibition and a series of live jazz events.

Between 10 am and 2:30 pm students, academics and members of the media are invited to join the seminar “Tourism – Chances and Challenges” in the Nordic House in downtown Reykjavík.

At 3 pm the photo exhibition “Where the Baltic Sea and People Meet…” opens at the Nordic House, displaying 40 photographs by young talents from the Baltic countries.

In the evening, at 7 pm, nightclub Gaukur á stöng will host a jazz concert featuring Riga Groove Electro and guest performer Seth Sharp. Entrance is free.

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