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The Swedish Crown Princess Victoria visited Tallinn Pavilion at H22 City Expo

The Swedish Crown Princess Victoria, who is on a two-day visit to Helsingborg, visited the urban innovation area during the H22 City Expo festival and selected the pavilions of Tallinn, Linz and Oslo for the visit.

The focus of the Crown Princess' visit was to visit exhibitions and pavilions in Helsingborg that focus on urban development, technological innovation, sustainability issues, trade and logistics. In the Tallinn pavilion, the crown princess attracted the interest of Bikeep's smart bike lockers, the Ringo Eco repackaging platform, the Starship Technologies delivery robot and the Myceen compostable furniture, which combines mycelium and organic waste materials.

In the innovation area called Urban Brilliance, which is taking place for the first time within the framework of the Helsingborg City Festival H22 City Expo, 6 European cities and regions are represented with pavilions - Oslo, Greater Copenhagen, Tampere, Linz, Tallinn and Valencia. The exposition of the Tallinn pavilion focuses on digital solutions supporting smart development of the city, smart technological applications and environmental protection. These are key themes that will be introduced in the presentation story of Tallinn as the capital of innovation and next year's European Green Capital through successful cooperation projects with local success stories and companies.

Visit TALLINNOVATION website to find more information about Tallinn Pavilion and participating companies.

The H22 City Expo is organized by the Swedish city of Helsingborg, which in 2020 was recognized by the European Commission as one of the most innovative cities in Europe.

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Princess Victoria looking at mycelium furniture by Myceen.