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Heaven Strikes Thrice in Monaco and Breaks Records at Sotheby’s Collector Car Auction

Sotheby’s Collector Car Auction

The RM Sotheby’s superlative collector car auction took place this weekend in the Grimaldi Centre with the thundering roar of the Historic Grand Prix in the background setting the stage for the equally thundering pace at which vintage Ferraris and Porsches fell to the auctioneer’s hammer. HelloMonaco was amongst those in the spacious but crowded auction room to watch the …

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Monaco Grand Prix 2018 and other Monaco news

Monaco Grand Prix

This nice Spring weekend all eyes are watching closely the circuit of Monaco not forgetting to check out events in the nearby Cannes. And we prepared for you an update on the most interesting Monaco news. Monaco Grand Prix 2018 – The Cheering Has Already Started When Charles LeClerc strides out to the starting grid for the Monaco Grand Prix …

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Straight from the Horse’s Mouth – More Records Shattered in Monte Carlo Auctions

HVMC Horse Head

Before motor racing, it has been horse-racing between the ages that has captivated civilizations. There is something about the relationship between horses and man that has intrigued great artists and sculptors for generations. You see it in the greatest of works – in the British Museum, for example, in the Parthenon friezes. What would you give to be able to …

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Princess Grace Hospital Centre has a New Director

Benoîte de Sevelinges

Patrick Bini, current Director of the Princess Grace Hospital Centre, will be eligible to claim his pension soon and will leave his hospital duties on 30 June 2018. The Prince’s Government has chosen Benoîte de Sevelinges, current Deputy Director of the Princess Grace Hospital Centre, to succeed Patrick Bini. Benoite de Sevelinges, a citizen of Monaco, is a graduate of …

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Villa Paloma: Vikram Sarabhai relived through an exclusive “photovoice” by the artist Matti Braun

Vikram Sarabhai

Imagine to be a talented art student who decided to visit, twenty-five years ago, Ahmadabad, the historical capital town of Guyarat in North India, seeking the extraordinary architectural project by the French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier, conceived there in the 1950’s. Suppose then to be deeply inspired visiting Villa Sarabhai, a modernist environmentally friendly building by Le Corbusier. A place full …

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