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travel 92nd EOS Congress 15 practice management Short-term gains… long-term problems? trends & applications Vibration therapy in orthodontics: Realising the benefits industry report From straightforward to complex cases 12016 issn 1868-3207 Vol. 1 • Issue 1/2016 orthointernational magazine of orthodontics International Magazines ortho international magazine of orthodontics Shipping Address Name Address Zip Code, City Country E-mail Date, Signature PayPal Credit Card Credit Card Number Expiration Date Security Code F +49 341 48474 173 EUR 22 per year (2 issues per year; incl. shipping and VAT for customers in Germany) and EUR 23 per year (2 issues per year; incl. shipping for customers outside Germany). Your subscription will be renewed automatically every year until a written cancellation is sent to Dental Tribune International GmbH, Holbeinstr. 29, 04229 Leipzig, Germany, six weeks prior to the renewal date. SUBSCRIBE NOW! AD UEFA European Championships 2016 • Date & time: Every night at match days • Location: Debaser Hornstulls Strand, Hornstulls strand 4 • Football will again rule this sum- mer with the UEFA European Champi- onships to be held in France in June and July. For the first time, the tourna- ment features 24 teams and Sweden is one of them, competing with Ireland, Belgium and former champion Italy in Group E. Debaser Strand is publicly showing all games either on the main stage or Brooklyn Bar up to the final on 10 July. You particularly do not want to miss out when Sweden takes on Ireland on Monday as Swedish fans are dedicated, despite their team hav- ing never won an actually trophy. Gamla Stan and Södermalm Much of Stockholm’s long history is preserved in the Old Town (Gamla Stan) and the tiny adjacent island of Riddarholmen. The Royal Palace is standing there serving as offices for the Royal family and is used by the king to perform his duties as Sweden’s head of state. Unlike the Buckingham Palace in London, the it is open to the public and hosts a selection of museums like the Royal Armoury (Livrustkammaren) or the Treasury (Skattkammaren). The Old Town is also home to the Nobel Museum (Nobelmuseet) and the House of Nobility (Riddarhuset). From there, it is a beautiful walk to the pic- turesque street, Fjällgatan, over in the Södermalm (Söder) district, a separate island with stunning views across the city. It is also called SOFO similar to the famous SOHO districts in London and New York, has become home to entrepreneurs that have developed new types of shopping experiences by combining fashion, design, cafés and galleries, all in the same place. Many of Sweden’s talented young fashion and product designers are repre- sented here with their own stores. “Under the Bridges of Stockholm” boat tour • Starting times: Every hour from 10:00 to 16:00, all week • Meeting point: Strömkajen ferry terminal • There is probably no better way to experience the city of a thousand is- lands than by water. Passing under 15 bridges, hence the name, the tour al- lows you to experience some of the city’s most famous places and sights, in- cluding the Old Town (Gamla Stan), Hammarby Sjöstad and the green areas of Djurgården. Some of the islands the tour will also pass are hipster hotspot Södermalm, as well as Lilla and Stora Essingen. The tour takes slightly under 2 hours and departs from the ferry ter- minal next to Strömbronbridge. Abba The Museum • Opening times: 10:00–18:00 • Location: Djurgårdsvägen 68 • A relatively new addition to Stock- holm’s list of attractions, this interac- tive exhibition takes you through the rise to fame of Sweden’s most famous pop band during the 1970s. In addition to viewing memorabilia, like the band’s unique costumes or extensive collection of golden records, visitors can be part of the success story themselves and take to the stage in a virtual studio to sing their version of “Waterloo” or “Dancing Queen”. In addition to Abba The Museum, ticket holders are granted access to the Swedish Music Hall of Fame and the History of Swed- ish Popular Music exhibition, which are located in the same building. Book- ing early is recommended, especially if you plan to visit out of season. What’s on © S-F/ © Maridav/ © Eastfjord Productions/ F +4934148474173

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