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Charles Leclerc Embraces the New Striking Ferrari SF-24 and other Monaco news

Charles Leclerc Embraces the New Striking Ferrari SF-24 for the 2024 Formula 1 Season

Ferrari has pulled the curtains off their latest contender for the 2024 Formula 1 season, the SF-24, as they aim to reclaim their dominance in the sport. Amidst their recent signing of Lewis Hamilton, Ferrari’s unveiling of the SF-24 signals their intent to return to the top of the podium.

Oasis of Safety: Statistics Show Street Crime Down Again in the Principality

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The inauguration, on January 26th, of the new building of the Public Safety Department marks a decisive turning point for the Monegasque police. It is now equipped with more spacious and modern premises that will allow personnel to carry out their missions in ideal conditions.

Despite a period punctuated by relocations and sometimes inadequate working conditions due to the demands of 24-hour operation throughout the year, the Public Safety Department has managed to maintain a high level of security.

Which of Princess Grace Academy Stars Triumphed at Prix de Lausanne?

Princess Grace Academy Ballet Stars Triumph at Prix de Lausanne
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In a dazzling display of grace and skill, three dancers from Monaco’s esteemed Princess Grace Academy clinched top honours at the prestigious Prix de Lausanne.

The Prix de Lausanne, a revered international competition for young dancers, captivated audiences at the Theatre de Beaulieu during its 52nd edition. As throngs of ballet enthusiasts flocked online, the event showcased the world’s finest emerging talents.

Bigger Homes are trending in Monaco’s Shifting Real Estate Market…

Monaco view. Old Town Streets

Although almost all of the Principality’s economic indicators are in the green, inflation has had consequences on the real estate market in particular, according to a new report by the Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies. In 2023, 416 real estate transactions were carried out, or 105 fewer than in 2022. As the average price of goods increases, the drop is more moderate and amounted to €3.23 billion.

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