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Bradley Mitton shares the secrets of his successful Monaco Galas

Club Vivanova

In this article, we interview Bradley Mitton and reveal details about his planned Gala of Vivanova and what makes his events so special.  www.clubvivanova-luxurygala.com. As the Gala Dinner of Club Vivanova on 11th March is approaching, chief editor of HelloMonaco, Olga Taran, met with the owner and founder of the Club Vivanova, the elegant English businessman Bradley Mitton. He told …

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Nico Rosberg tells about Mercedes perpectives, Monaco Grand Prix and yoga

Nico Rosberg

Formula One champion Nico Rosberg spoke before the Laureus Sports Awards, being held in Monaco this year, about what made 2016 special for him. The German racer spoke about his relations with former rival and world champion Lewis Hamilton and his expectations for the upcoming season. After finishing second in the Formula One World Championships to Mercedes teammate Hamilton in …

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Dmitry Rybolovlev, the Mysterious President of AS Monaco

Dmitry Rybolovlev

As luck would have it, two days after a wonderful match between AS Monaco and Nice on February 4th, a book about Dmitry Rybolovlev, owner and president of the ASM since the year 2011, was released in all bookstores on February 6th 2017. A secretive and discreet person, the man finally agreed to confide to Arnaud Ramsay, author of the …

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Pauline Ducret, Princess Stephanie’s daughter: “I grew up surrounded by love”

Pauline Ducret

Pauline Ducret talks about New York, her love of Monaco, the strong values instilled in her by her mother, Princess Stephanie, and describes her father, Daniel Ducruet, as “the other pillar of her existence”. You have lived in the United States for almost two years, is New York the city you’ve always dreamed of? Initially, I left for a six-month …

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Monaco: Updates from the Minister of State on the EU and Transport

Serge Telle, Minister of State

Serge Telle discusses news and developments for Monaco including an agreement with the EU and key ideas for transport changes. Will Monaco be signing an agreement of association with the European Union? Negotiations started many months ago are still under way. “This is currently the major international dossier of the Principality,”said the Minister of State. Most recently, Serge Telle met …

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Gerard Spinelli «I have seen things that are hardly acceptable or tolerable»

Mayor of Beausoleil Gerard Spinelli

 ‘Clean Hands’ Verdict has been pronounced and Mayor of Beausoleil, amongst others, was also released from the corruption charges that were placed against him. Nice Matin managed to have a short interview with the Mayor to find out about his after-release feelings and future projects. How do you feel about your release? Gerard Spinelli: I feel a lot of emotions. …

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Interview with Prince Albert II of Monaco, at his castle in Aisne

Prince Albert II in the Castle

Prince Albert II of Monaco confided to Philippe Robin from Le Courrier Picard memories about his childhood and happy days in the castle. Prince Albert II of Monaco spent a few days at the Château de Marchais with his sister, Princess Caroline. Pushing open the door to the castle of Marchais, about twenty kilometers north of Laon, is a little bit …

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Cards on the Table: Interview with Pascal Camia, Monaco’s New Casino Director

Punto banco table

Monaco:“Getting the thrill back for players” is the 2018 goal for Pascal Camia, director for the Monte-Carlo casino and new Games director at the Société des Bains de Mer. A challenging goal in a difficult time. Thirteen. For players, this number sometimes symbolizes  unhappiness. For us, it was our chance, since we had to wait a year and a month …

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Tourist Strategies in Monaco, Indian Weddings and Same-Sex Honeymoons

Guillaume Rose

Monaco has historically been a famed tourist destination and now in the New Year of 2017 the Principality is looking ahead toward new tourism markets and strategies. Tragic events in Nice, BREXIT, mass strikes in France… This year has not been an easy one for European countries. Monaco is likewise not an exception in aiming to attract a bigger flow …

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Documentary about Josephine Baker

Josephine Baker

Josephine Baker was a dancer and singer who became very popular in France in the 1920s. She also devoted much of her life to fighting racism. Born Freda Josephine McDonald on June 3, 1906, in Missouri, she spent her youth in poverty before learning to dance and finding success on Broadway. In the 1920s she moved to France and became …

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