You wonder what was going on in Monaco this week? Then read HelloMonaco digest with the most interesting news about the Principality.
The Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters April 8-16, 2023 features its 116th edition between land and sea. When you have Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal lining up to play your tournament you know you have something extraordinarily special.
So HelloMonaco was particularly eager to be present in the lounges of the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort when David Massey, Tournament Director, unveiled this last Thursday the main lines of the next edition of the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters which will take place from April 8th to 16th, 2023. And where else would the spectacular tennis duels take place than on the legendary clay courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club, presided over by Miss Mélanie-Antoinette de Massy.
So much love it could be Valentine’s Day. Wait a minute it is Valentine’s Day and the gift for the fans is to see the new Ferrari bolide, the F23 on whose hopes their dreams rest of winning the 2023 World Formula 1 Championship that is soon to get under way.
Pink Ribbon Monaco presented a check for €25,000 to the Princess Grace Hospital Centre to fund innovative research in the fight against breast cancer on 13 February. The money was raised during a record-breaking Pink Ribbon Walk, held last weekend at Monaco Run, and during their ‘Dare to Bear’ Gala.
The funds will be put to work immediately, with new medical research led by Dr. Florent Hugonnet, which will make it possible to specify the detection of lobular breast cancer, one of the most difficult breast cancers to detect.
As part of an energy management plan, the Prince’s Government released a new ministerial decree outlining new protocol for switching off lights, facades, windows and signs in certain businesses. The decree was released on 10 February and will be enforced until 30 April 2023.
The government outlined specific rules and procedures for businesses at night. Lighting for facades, windows, professional premises and spaces must now be turned off from 11 pm until 6 am, unless the shops are open or in operation during these hours. This includes interior lighting and light created by any screens. Temporary exceptions may be considered at the discretion of the Minister of State.
The International Artists Association of Monaco presents exhibition ‘LIGHT!’ featuring six young Armenian Artists
The annual thematic exhibition of the International Artists Association of Monaco with the UNESCO and under the patronage of SAS Prince Albert II is taking place at the Salle d’Exposition du Quai Antoine 1er. This year, six young ARMENIAN ARTISTS will exhibit along the artists of the association.
The theme for the 2023 edition has been chosen in consideration to our present global situation. A time of uncertainty, instability and permanent fear. The Salon 2023 aims to be a pleasant, luminous time for the public; a manifestation of enlightenment through the union of artists. We believe in the power of light, insight and care; in the necessity of guidance and encouragement, observance through foreigner’s glance, aside this shaded period.
European Record Smashed Again at the Monaco Run as Pink Ribboners March in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
This weekend, the Monaco Run celebrated its 13th edition of two days of races in optimal weather conditions. It was a sell-out with the popular Sunday’s three races jam-packed. All in all a total of nearly 2000 runners took part in this great annual running festival in the Principality.
The event, organized by the Monegasque Athletics Federation and which obtained the World Athletics Label this year, was split into two parts.