Events

Monacopolis, the NMNM's New Exhibition

Monacopolis, the NMNM's New Exhibition

The Nouveau Musée National de Monaco just opened their new exhibit “Monacopolis” ! The project is the result of two years of research into the urbanization, architectural history, and town planning of the principality from 1858-2012.

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EXTRA LARGE @ The Grimaldi Forum Monaco from July 13 to September 9, 2012

EXTRA LARGE @ The Grimaldi Forum Monaco from July 13 to September 9, 2012

The Grimaldi Forum Monaco will be renewing its link with contemporary art. After having celebrated the icon Andy Warhol in 2003, brought together Jean Pigozzi’s African collection in 2005 and extolled New York’s artistic creation in 2006, the Grimaldi Forum Monaco has invited the Pompidou Center to exhibit a selection of its “large format” collection from July 13 to September 9.

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Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival 2012

Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival 2012

International variety entertainment, stars of yesterday and today, a legendary venue. Such is the recipe for each new success scored by the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival, the greatest live music festival in the world! The 2012 program gives a place of honor to iconic artists, legendary bands and new talents. It also offers surprises with unexpected performances such as those of Laurent Gerra and Hugh Laurie, the famous Doctor House!

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Bolt Back to Monaco!

Bolt Back to Monaco!

Usain Bolt will return to Monaco where he will run a 200m race at the Herculis Samsung Diamond League meeting on 20 July 2012. After last year success in the Principality, Bolt is eager to come back to Monaco for what will be his last race before the Jamaican superstar competes to defend his sprint titles at the London Olympic Games.

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Arrival of the Planet Solar in Monaco

Arrival of the Planet Solar in Monaco

On Friday 4th May 2012, the arrival of the PlanetSolar, the first exclusively solar-powered boat to sail around the world, will mark a turning point in the history of new environmentally friendly technologies.

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