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Tirana, Saturday, October 8, 2016. Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Castro were invited to lunch with the President of the Republic of Albania, H.E. Bujar Nishani. H.R.H. the Duke of Castro then met with the Minister of Culture, Professor Mirela Kumbaro Furxhi, to discuss several topics including cultural exchange programs to be promoted between Italy and Albania.
That afternoon Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Castro visited the Orphanage “Zyber Hallulli” where she met with the children, continuing the charity program begun in 2000 and resumed in 2013.
H.R.H. Camilla of Bourbon Two Sicilies said “Helping others is a mission that the more fortunate persons must perform with their whole heart”. On Sunday, October 9, Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Castro concluded their visit to Albania by meeting with the Prime Minister of Albania, H.E. Edi Rama.
Viareggio, October 5, 2016 – As part of the program “The Hunger of our Neighbor”, established by the Grand Master of the Constantinian Order, H.R.H. Prince Charles of Bourbon Two Sicilies, the Knights of the Tuscany Delegation of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George delivered food supplies to the Parish Priest of Santa Rita, don Luigi Pellegrino, and to the Group Home Giovanni Paolo II.
September 24 saw the inauguration of the Weapons Factory Museum in Mongiana (now the province of Vibo Valentia). The ceremony took place in the presence of local dignitaries and H.R.H. Princess Beatrice of Bourbon Two Sicilies. The Royal Ironworks and Weapons Factory of Mongiana, located in the territory once called Ferdinandea (Serre Calabresi) was established by the Bourbons and was home to foundry workers, craftsmen, clerks and military until the end of the 18th century, providing employment to over 1500 people. In 1845 a specific and highly innovative regulation established the work day to be no more than 8 hours and provided employees and their families with medical assistance and free education. The unification of Italy led to a progressive and inexorable crisis. With the opening of the Museo Mongiana the town has found renewed vigor.