Monaco Tribune

Prince's Day, jazz and donations. What to do in Monaco this weekend and next week?

Our editorial team's recommendations will keep you busy from November 19 to 26. Friday, 19 November Hail to the Prince, and to the Principality! Take

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Exhibition: luxury bicycles by Maison Tamboite wheel into Monaco

The Parisian company's bicycles can be seen, tested out or even ordered until November 25. Pedal pushers take note! Since Monday, November 15, Maison

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Prince Albert II becomes Honorary President of the Union Internationale Motonautique

The Prince will be involved in creating electric boat races scheduled for 2023. On November 1, Prince Albert II was named Honorary President of the

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AS Monaco will need to be wary of in-form Jonathan David in crunch clash with Lille

Having scored eight goals already in Ligue 1, Jonathan David's emphatically stamped his mark this season despite Lille's struggles.  A shining light in

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Origins, events ... Everything you need to know about this year's Prince's Day

A Monegasque tradition dating back to 1857, Prince's Day is an annual occasion that celebrates the bond between Monegasques and the Princely Family. Every

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Storm Alex: One year on, how are the valleys rebuilding thanks to the Principality's support?

One year ago, storm Alex hit the hinterland of Nice with full force.  Flooded by the storm, three valleys - Roya, Vésubie and, to a lesser extent, Tinée -

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Monaco Grand Prix: new programme, new prices

The Monaco Grand Prix will take place from Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 May 2022, with a new programme and new prices for this 79th edition. It is one of the

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COVID, football, Giacometti ... this Wednesday's essential news

An update on the most important news stories this Wednesday, November 17, 2021. COVID figures still rising -The health situation remains a concern for the

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Zhang Zhang: "Music can support any cause"

Violinist of the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Zhang Zhang puts her talent at the service of humanitarian causes through her association

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Neighbourhoods: Place d'Armes, the Monegasque way of life

The Place d'Armes is a jewel that has withstood the passage of time, right in the heart of the Principality. The pride of the Monegasque people, the

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Wattman: the famous electric motorcycle now even faster

On November 15 the  electric motorcycle manufactuer Voxan presented a new version of its record-breaking Wattman. Instantaneous speed of 408

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In Extenso Supersevens: Monaco Rugby Sevens are French vice-champions

Jéméry Aicardi's men lost out in the final of the tournament to the Barbarians (14-40) at the Paris-La Défense Arena. There were inevitably some regrets

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Princess Charlene to miss National Day

The Princess returned to Monaco on November 8, but her state of health means she will not be taking part in this year's festivities. The Monegasques will

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PROFILE. Meet Alexander Moghadam, the prince of Iranian carpets in Monaco

The Moghadam Gallery has been displaying colourful Persian rugs since 1977. The gallery's founding father, Alexander Moghadam, soon to be 86 years old,

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Monaco Disease Power's annual charity dinner has a taste of Scotland

The gala evening was held on 27 October, in aid of young people suffering from mental disabilities or autism. Monaco Disease Power organised its

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