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Autumn Activities in the Oceanographic Museum

Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

A lively autumn lies ahead, as you can see from this programme of activities scheduled from 21st October to 5th November 2017. To counter Halloween spells, the Oceanographic Museum takes you into the fascinating and colourful realm of the marine world: let yourself be guided by Professor Tentaculus for an unusual visit, enjoy a 360° dive with sperm whales, view …

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AS Monaco brought a 2-0 victory in the match against SM Caen

AS Monaco

The Red & Whites got back to winning ways with a 2-0 victory at home to Caen on Saturday afternoon to tighten their hold on second spot. The Red & Whites got back on track on Saturday with a deserved 2-0 defeat of Caen. Keita Balde put the home side ahead in the 20th minute with his first goal for …

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The Ministry of Health and Social Affairs Launches Flu Campaign

Flu Vaccine

Each year it is highly important for the flu vaccination to be administered and the government campaign helps to spread information about this critical health issue. Seasonal flu is dangerous for the elderly, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems, particularly those who suffer from chronic respiratory or cardiac conditions. Vaccination is the only truly effective protection against flu, …

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Top 10 stories of the week about Monaco

Oceanographic Museum

This week in Monaco was as always filled with interesting news and events, and here we selected for you 10 most interesting pieces to keep you updated. 18th ‘No Finish Line’ Charity Race reaches for the stars! Last year, 13,297 runners and walkers surpassed the distance between the Earth and the Moon, traveling 392,516 km.This year’s new challenge will be …

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12th Monaco-Mongolia archaeological dig Discovery of bronze cauldron more than 2,000 years old


The twelfth archaeological dig on the Mongolian steppe, led jointly by the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology in Monaco and the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, resulted in some significant discoveries (bronze arrowheads, ceramics and bones). The most remarkable find, dating from more than 2,000 years ago, was a bronze cauldron. During excavation of a tomb at the Tsatsyn Ereg site, archaeologists …

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