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Opening Ceremony of the 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival and other Monaco news

Opening Ceremony of the 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival

Festival Honorary President, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco formally declared the eagerly-anticipated 61st Monte-Carlo Television Festival open in a star-studded event at the Grimaldi Forum, following a glamorous Red Carpet featuring world-renowned acting and creative talent from many parts of the world.

Plage Mala Sets an Exceptional Example in Protecting its Beach & Marine Environment

La Mala

Did you know that Plage Mala takes regular action to be one of the cleanest beach environments in the Mediterranean. 

This is against the background of the Mediterranean itself generally being a great challenge for environmentalists.

From Last in the Grid to Fifth, Indomitable Leclerc Racks up Points in Canadian Grand Prix

While Leclerc was in the doldrums, the Qualifying session for the Canadian Grand Prix was masterful for Verstappen securing pole. So, starting from pole, he had a golden opportunity to put space between himself and Leclerc in the championship. Ferrari’s plague of problems have resulted in an 80-point swing in the Dutchman’s favour in the championship over the last five races. Charles Leclerc has been bedevilled with Ferrari’s engine problems culminating in a very frustrating No Finish (DNF) in Azerbaijan. And the nightmare continued in Canada making the Saturday Qualifying session for Leclerc almost pointless.

The Grimaldi Forum Monaco is getting bigger!

Grimaldi Forum Monaco
© Grimaldi Forum Monaco
As it celebrates its quarter-century of existence in 2024, the Grimaldi Forum will have an exceptional gift to offer its clients as early as 2025, namely a vast extension of its building within an eco-district boasting with green spaces and the Mediterranean.

Rainier III Breakwater in Port Hercule Receives a Makeover to be Optimal to Receive Luxury Mega Yachts

Sea view

The Rainier III breakwater arrived in the summer of 2002. It has since also enabled the implementation of the policy for welcoming significant cruise activity.

In so doing the Principality successfully acquired the status of an internationally recognized destination.

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