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How to Celebrate Earth Hour in Monaco

Earth Hour 2018

In a few short years, ‘Earth Hour’ has become a global event. Organized since 2007 by the WWF, Earth Hour consists of cutting the lights and disconnecting non-essential electrical devices for one hour on 24 March at 8:30 pm local time, in order to promote saving electricity and the reduction of greenhouse gases. In Monaco, many hotels and restaurants will …

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Accreditation of US Ambassador to Monaco


Recently, H.E. Ms Jamie McCourt, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America, presented her credentials to H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince. She was then welcomed to the residence of H.E. the Minister of State for a dinner hosted by H.S.H. Prince Albert II. Jamie D. McCourt, a native of California, was confirmed by the US Senate as Ambassador …

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New License Plates for Mopeds


The Traffic Register Service is harmonizing the format of license plates for two-wheeled vehicles: the square format for mopeds, and similar plates has been removed. Since the 1st of March 2018, identical rectangular plates will now be issued for all new registrations for motorcycles, tricycles, mopeds or quads. All vehicle owners affected by this change, registered before the 1st of …

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RIMM Monaco 2018: the Principality boosts a new Mediterranean creative Renaissance


Is the Mediterranean cultural heritage still alive? Will artists and intellectuals be able to breathe new life to that civilizing power which has made the Mediterranean Basin the most important cradle of culture, for centuries? Is it possible to recreate a shared sense of Mediterranean identity, inspired by the “koinè” in the ancient Greece? The 9th Rencontres Internationales Monaco et …

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Celebrate World Theatre Day in Monaco

World Theatre Day

Once again this year, Monaco will be celebrating World Theatre Day on Tuesday the 27th of March 2018, at 8 pm with an eclectic program at the Princesse Grace Theatre.  The event is free and accessible to all. The Cultural Affairs Department and the Monegasque National Commission for UNESCO invited five theatre companies from the Principality to create a night …

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