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The Nobel Banquet 2005

Stockholm City Hall, Sweden, 10 December

16 photos

  • In homage to Alfred Nobel, every year the city of Sanremo sends flowers to decorate the Stockholm Concert Hall and City Hall. This year the flower arrangements at the Nobel Banquet were dominated by lilies, roses, calla lilies and carnations in yellow, white and red.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • More than 12,000 flowers and 4,000 green leaves and sprigs decorated the Stockholm City Hall. This year the colors that dominated the floral arrangements were yellow, white and red.
    Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Preparations for the Nobel Banquet in the kitchen of the Stockholm City Hall.
    Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Chefs give the final touches on the starter for the evening's dinner before it is served at the Blue Hall.
    Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Dessert is being prepared consisting of lemon and yoghurt mousse with Arctic bramble marmalade, fresh raspberries and a sauce made of raspberries and Arctic bramble.
    Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • This year's dessert, lemon and yoghurt mousse, is a departure from the concoction that has been served for decades at the Nobel Banquet, i.e., the Nobel ice cream.
    Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • 1,350 guests are seated at the Nobel Banquet at the Stockholm City Hall.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig
  • Floral Transformations - the divertissement during the 2005 Nobel Banquet, performed by Scandinavia's oldest university choir, the Allmänna Sången Choir from Uppsala.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig
  • Performance by Scandinavia's oldest university choir, the Allmänna Sången Choir from Uppsala.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig
  • At the table of honor (left to right): Sweden's Princess Madeleine, 2005 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Richard R. Schrock, and Sweden's Princess Christina.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig
  • At the table of honor (left to right): Sweden's Princess Christina, 2005 Nobel Laureate in Physics Theodor W. Hänsch, and Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig
  • Nobel Laureate in Physics, Roy J. Glauber, delivering his speech at the Nobel Banquet.
    Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • The starter at the Nobel Banquet this year was crayfish panna cotta with fennel-baked Arctic char, scallops and Norwegian lobster on baby lettuce.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig
  • 2005 Laureate in Economic Sciences Robert J. Aumann at the table of honour.
    Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin
  • Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria seated between the 2005 Nobel Laureates in Physics, Theodor W. Hänsch and Roy J. Glauber. To the right is Queen Silvia of Sweden.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig
  • 2005 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, Barry J. Marshall, dancing with one of his daughters.
    Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

In homage to Alfred Nobel, every year the city of Sanremo sends flowers to decorate the Stockholm Concert Hall and City Hall. This year the flower arrangements at the Nobel Banquet were dominated by lilies, roses, calla lilies and carnations in yellow, white and red.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

More than 12,000 flowers and 4,000 green leaves and sprigs decorated the Stockholm City Hall. This year the colors that dominated the floral arrangements were yellow, white and red.
Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Preparations for the Nobel Banquet in the kitchen of the Stockholm City Hall.
Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Chefs give the final touches on the starter for the evening's dinner before it is served at the Blue Hall.
Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Dessert is being prepared consisting of lemon and yoghurt mousse with Arctic bramble marmalade, fresh raspberries and a sauce made of raspberries and Arctic bramble.
Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

This year's dessert, lemon and yoghurt mousse, is a departure from the concoction that has been served for decades at the Nobel Banquet, i.e., the Nobel ice cream.
Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

1,350 guests are seated at the Nobel Banquet at the Stockholm City Hall.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

Floral Transformations - the divertissement during the 2005 Nobel Banquet, performed by Scandinavia's oldest university choir, the Allmänna Sången Choir from Uppsala.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

Performance by Scandinavia's oldest university choir, the Allmänna Sången Choir from Uppsala.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

At the table of honor (left to right): Sweden's Princess Madeleine, 2005 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Richard R. Schrock, and Sweden's Princess Christina.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

At the table of honor (left to right): Sweden's Princess Christina, 2005 Nobel Laureate in Physics Theodor W. Hänsch, and Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

Nobel Laureate in Physics, Roy J. Glauber, delivering his speech at the Nobel Banquet.
Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

The starter at the Nobel Banquet this year was crayfish panna cotta with fennel-baked Arctic char, scallops and Norwegian lobster on baby lettuce.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

2005 Laureate in Economic Sciences Robert J. Aumann at the table of honour.
Copyright © Nobel Media AB 2005 Photo: Hans Mehlin

Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria seated between the 2005 Nobel Laureates in Physics, Theodor W. Hänsch and Roy J. Glauber. To the right is Queen Silvia of Sweden.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

2005 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine, Barry J. Marshall, dancing with one of his daughters.
Copyright © The Nobel Foundation 2005 Photo: Torbjörn Zadig

 

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