Nobel Prize Day - 2021-12-10
What is Nobel Prize Day?
Each year, the Nobel Prize ceremony is held on 10 December. The first ceremony was held on the anniversary of Alfred Nobel’s death back in 1901. Since then, the committee has announced the winners each October. In December, the winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature gather in Stockholm and receive their prize from Sweden's King. Each winner receives a medal and a diploma, as well as 10 million Swedish crowns (or about one and a half million U.S. dollars) for each prize. The Nobel Prize is awarded in Stockholm, with the exception of the Peace Prize. Between 1901 and 2021, the Nobel Prizes were awarded 609 times. Few individuals and organizations have been awarded the Nobel Prize more than once, which means that 943 unique individuals and 25 unique organizations have been rewarded the Nobel Prize in total.
When is Nobel Prize Day?
Each year on 10 December, the Nobel Prize ceremony is held in Stockholm, Sweden.
History of Nobel Prize Day
This day in 1901, the first Nobel Prizes were awarded. These prizes were given for achievements in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature and peace.
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