The Nobel Peace Prize
The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo, at the town hall of the Norwegian capital. Among the curiosities of this award is that, throughout history, there have been occasions when it has not been awarded. This happened during the First and Second World Wars, as well as in the period between the two conflicts. The years of the Cold War and those of the conflict in Vietnam also corresponded with the failure to award the prize.
The procedure for awarding the Nobel Peace Prize is also different from the others. The Committee that deals with it, in fact, asks for a suggestion to those who have already received this honor and to various illustrious personalities. From the information received we proceed to the vote from which the name of the Nobel Peace Prize winner will come out.