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James Bond experience and other temptations on the St. Valentine’s Day in Monaco

St. Valentine Day

Every year, thanks to Saint Valentine, ladies receive bouquets of flowers, chocolates, cards, and some lucky ones even get jewelry and marriage proposals. We are all excited for the Valentine’s Day. However, many of us have never thought about the origins of St. Valentine, giving us our little happiness. The history of the celebration goes back to the Roman times …

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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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Roca Team won over Sharks 91-84 in derby

Roca team vs Sharks

It was a very intense game and the victory of Roca team compensated all their efforts. Right till the end of the game both team were neck and neck. The first quarter was after Sharks (17-12), the second one Roca team won (30-16), but already in the third quarter Shark again beat Monegasques (27-20), but then Sharks started fiercely the …

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British Airways flights from Nice to Manchester and London-Stansted

Plane BA

This summer, British Airways will offer two new seasonal flights from Nice to London-Stansted and Manchester. From the 6th of May, British Airways will offer a flight every Saturday between Manchester and Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport. Departure at 13:05 (arrival at 16:25), return from France at 17:10 (arrival at 18:35). The flight will take place in an aircraft with a capacity …

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Solar Impulse in Monaco again

Solar Impulse

On 13 February at the Rainier-III Auditorium, Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg will present the film Solar Impulse about their impossible world tour, followed by a discussion with the public. They are counted among the heroes of the year 2016, and beyond. On 26 July, Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg succeeded in doing something which technology had never allowed before: …

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Behind the Scenes of Menton’s 84th Lemon Festival

Menton Festival

Municipal workers carry out intricate work: fruits are hooked one by one to the large metallic structures. The highest structures are 6 meters high. After travelling ‘Around the World in 80 days’, plunging ‘Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea’, visiting ‘The Chinese Empire’ and discovering the Cinecitta Film Studios last year, the Lemon Festival 2017 will revolve around the theme …

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Top Secret Security features on the carnival in Nice

Security at carnival in Nice

Security at the Nice Carnival 2017 From the 11th to the 25th of February, the Carnival will take place in Nice but with new security features in a new, unique and private area, within a perimeter and a city which is an ultra-locked down and controlled The 2017 Carnival will be the first large gathering since the Euro 2016 and …

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Urban news: Work on services networks and Offshore urban extension project

roadworks

Work on Services Networks in the Avenue des Spélugues The Department of Urban Amenities undertook work on the sewerage network at the “Avenue de la Madone/Avenue des Spélugues” intersection from Monday 6 February 2017 for a duration of seven weeks. Due to the size of the trench that has to be excavated, a permanent alternating traffic flow system will be …

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AS Monaco stood firm and won over Montpellier Hérault 2-1

AS Monaco vs Montpellier

AS Monaco stood firm in the second half to seal a fine result on Tuesday evening with an away victory at Montpellier (1-2).  AS Monaco avoided a banana skin tonight as they claimed a 1-2 win at Montpellier to maintain their lead at the top of the table. With the packed schedule forcing the team to play every three days, …

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King of Energy will rule in Nice in February

Nice Carnival

Masks and Mardi Gras-style carnivals have a long association, stemming from the Middle Ages when the celebrations allowed oppressed peasants to mock the aristocracy. Masks and disguises protected them from what might be a beheading offense. The modern Nice Carnival dates from 1873 and continued with only brief interruptions for the more serious events of wars. Unlike the carnivals of …

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