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Stockholm this year celebrates the centenary of the Nobel Prize, an event that has already been marked by a major exhibition in the old Stock Exchange building at Stortorget (open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily). The exhibit, "Cultures of Creativity," explores the life and work of Alfred Nobel, inventor of dynamite and one of Stockholm's most illustrious citizens. The prize he established, first awarded in 1901, has subsequently gone to more than 700 scientists, writers and peacemakers for their contributions to humanity. The exhibit also examines the qualities needed to foster creativity and courage, and it explains how nominees and...

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