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As yet another suspected terror attack hits Paris, Monaco’s Prince Albert II has reached out to French President François Hollande in an official letter: “The French Republic knows it can count on the solidarity of my country through this difficult time.”
In light of the threats to the upcoming presidential election – with the first round of viting taking place on Sunday 23rd April – Christian Estrosi, President of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, has announced a series of security measures to ensure that the polling runs smoothly. The prominent politician also declared: “Never before have there been such threats to the election campaign in France.”
While dozens laid dead and hundreds more were injured on the Promenade des Anglais in the wake of the Bastille Day terror attack in Nice, one couple was busy taking advantage of the situation.
The famous Monte Carlo Fashion Week 2017 will be held in Monaco for three days from 1st to 3rd June. Celebrities and fashion icons from around the world are expected to attend to the fledgling fashion week, which will see renowned Italian fashion designer Chiara Boni open the runway on June 2nd – coinciding with Italy’s national day – and showcase her new collection: La Petite Robe.
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of US participation in WWI, the Nice l’Américaine exhibition hopes to convey the relevance of American cultural influence on the city of Nice from 1787 to the post-WWII era.
The Champions League quarter final between the Borussia-Dortmund and AS Monaco team, has been postponed following an reported attack on the German team’s bus.
Two new stamps have been created in Monaco to celebrate five years of the Princess Charlene Foundation. The first stamp (71 centimes) is a picture of the princess at the South African-Monaco Rugby Exchange’, which aims to welcome young South African children to the principality. The second stamp (85 centimes) is a picture of the princess taken in Corsica during one of her educational Drowning Prevention evens.
What better way to celebrate the warm days of summer on the Côte d’Azur than through music. The programme for the upcoming Nice Jazz Festival has now been published and the historic event is inviting some exciting artists from all over the world to play on the Place Masséna stage from 17th to 21st July.