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novelties Less than 100 up to the 25th of Monaco.....

A hundred workdays before the opening of its twenty-eighth issue, the Monaco Yacht Show started its count down in the untypical surroundings of Monaco Hellport. 26 March - 30 March -..... Monday 26 to Friday 30 March from 9.30 to 17.00, MonacoTech - Fontvieille:

28 March - Rainier III Academy..... Wednesdays 28 March at 8.30pm, Riva Tunnel: Concerts by students of the Rainier III Academy and the local colleges of classical and contemporary art, Bumjun Kim, Violoncello and Théo Fouchenneret, Klavier. 31 March - Round table on..... At 6:30 Saturday, March 31, Théâtre Princesse Grace:

Roundtable on "L'économie de la musique" with Sylvie Pébrier, music inspector at the Ministry of Culture and Antoine Pecqueur, economic adviser for France Music, moderated by David Christoffel, musical scientist. SATURDAY, 31 March at 20.30, Opéra de Monte-Carlo - Salle Garnier:

US Music - Concerto by Bertrand Chamayou and Tamara Stefanovich, uprights. 31 March - Saint Devota Rugby..... Sep 24 - Monaco Anime game..... 26 February - 2 March - Marine..... Thirty-three March 2..... 23 December - AS Monaco Basketballs.....

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On 31 December 2017 there were 6 309 schoolchildren in the Monegasque system of learning (without students). As of December 31, 2017, 10,627 executives are represented on the Board of Administration and decision-making committees of the commercial register corporations. The government finance is presented in detail through the presentations of the State and Constitutional Reserve Funds (FRC), both of which report a favourable 2017 with a growing excess balance, despite a decrease in revenues,.....

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Translated from the old Greeks language ???????? (mónoikos, "detached house"), from ???????? (mónos, "single, alone") + ???????? (oîkos, "house"), the name of the Phocaean settlement from the sixth c. BC and a nickname of Hercules (Hercules), ??????? ???????? (Heracles Monoikos). Following an old Greeks myths and a legurian legends Heracles moved through the area of Monaco.

Phocaeans built a sanctuary there, the sanctuary of Heracles Monoikos (Strabo, Geography, Gaul, 4.6.3). Formal name: Monaco. City of the Monaco State. The year 2001 - Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl, p. 67 Holly followed the Italien coastal line to Monaco and from there over the Alps to France.

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