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St Jean Cap Ferrat

St Jean Cap Ferrat

The peninsula which projects straight out into the Mediterranean lies nine kilometres west of Nice. A playground for billionaires, the Prince of Monaco’s illegitimate children and various jet-setters. The promenade along the beach, with its tiny bathing beaches, is open for everybody. Wonderful at any time of year! The Baroness Béatrice de Rothschild’s extravagant pink palace is in the centre of the peninsula. These days it is a museum surrounded by seven perfumed, flowering gardens and open for visits. Foundation Ephrussi-de-Rothschild.
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Monaco

Monaco

Monaco is located between the South of France and Italy, right on the Mediterranean Ocean. Monaco is a country of monarchy with Prince Albert II as head of state. The country is only about two squared kilometres in area, the world's second smallest state, but still boasts a population of over 30,000 people, making it the most populated country in the world. Monaco is made up of several areas; Monte Carlo, Monaco-Ville, La Condamine, Fontvielle and Larvotto Beach. Monaco is recognized for its tax haven status and for its unique atmosphere of elegance and wealth. It is also well known for tourism as a playground for the rich and famous and with its most famous Monte Carlo Casino and museums with priceless art it is not difficult to understand why. The Formula 1 Grand Prix is another major part of Monaco, but it boast many other exciting sport events and activities too.
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