What food are there in Monaco?
There are all types of food in Monaco. There are mostly French and Italian styled foods, as Monaco is heavily influence by both countries.
-monaco has a population of 32,700 -been ruled by the grimaldi family since 13th century -is the second largest country in the world
Yes and no. Monaco is an independent state, but it is surrounded on 3 sides by France. (the fourth side is the Mediterranean sea).
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The capital of The Principality Monaco is Monaco Ville, which isthe small district on top of the Rocher (or Rock). This is wherethe government buildings, parliament and town hall are located.Other well known districts of Monaco are Monte Carlo, famous forits casino and luxury hotels, La Condamine (t…he port area),Fontvieille (the industrial district reclaimed from the sea). (MORE)
It is located to the south east of Fance, on the Mediterranean. Upon the Azure Coast (which consists of the Mediterranean coast of France and of course Monaco). It is nearly surrounded by France (save on the sea side).
Prince Albert II . Prince Albert is the only son of Rainier III, so is the leading prince of the realm.
Monaco is a micro state in Europe. It is on the Mediterranean coast and is surrounded by France. Monaco is part of Europe.
The royal family of Monaco, the Grimaldis, currently had Prince Albert on the throne. His parents, Ranier III and Grace Kelly, also had two daughters, Princess Caroline of Hanover and Princess Stephanie of Monaco.
GDP (PPP) 2007 estimate Total $976 million (?). Per capita $70,670 (â¬50,000) (Mid Sept. 07 est.)
The culture in Monaco is a mixture between Arab and African. Thisis a modern culture that is very rich. There is a lot of money inthis country.
Kelly Monaco is an American model, actress, reality television contestant and winner of Dancing with the Stars in Season 1. Since 2003, she has played the character of Sam McCall on General Hospital .
France The Prince of Monaco would be a little shocked to hear that ! -He thinks his country is independent !
Monaco is famous for being one of the few places in the world that does not charge an income tax. It is home to some of the richest people in the world, as a result. Monaco is also where the famous Monte Carlo Casino is located. They have the famous Princess Grace Rose Gardens, great Formula One Rac…ing Events, and the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium. Monaco is famous for its beautiful sights and beaches in the South of France. Monaco is known for its casinos, five stars hotels, royal people and expensive lifestyle. (MORE)
His Higness, Albert II, of the Grimaldi family. Albert I was an oceanographer who went on whaling expeditions, sometimes called ( jocularily) The Prince of Whales!. His Higness, Albert II, of the Grimaldi family. Albert I was an oceanographer who went on whaling expeditions, sometimes called ( jocu…larily) The Prince of Whales! (MORE)
The Sa Hauteur Royale of Monaco is Prince Albert. His full name isPrince Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre Grimaldi II. Even though histitle is as prince, Prince Albert is actually the King, but Monacois a Constitutional Monarch.
People can visit beaches and casinos in Monaco. There is also aformula one grand prix track that has races every year.
The history of Monaco is long and complex. Far too involved to go into here.
Monaco has a mild climate throughout the year, the hottest months being July and August, and the coolest being January and February. Rain mostly falls during the cooler winter months and there is an average of only 60 days' rain per year.
You can go into many casinos and gamble, you can eat in great restaurants, you can look for celebrities, you can visit great museums.
Monaco is located on the French Riviera, ie the coastline on the Mediterranean sea next to Italy.
yes and no but some times they move to holly wood and sometimes they stay there
monaco is not landlocked. France occupies three sides and the fourth opens up to Mediterranean Sea.
There isn't really that much traditional food in Monaco. Monaco is mostly surrounded by France and is heavily influenced by French culture; Monaco also lies near the Italy and has been mildly influenced by Italian culture as well. So traditional food in Monaco would be French or Italian cuisine.
Princess Grace, formerly the actress, Grace Kelly. Also professional basketball player Lebron James was born inMonaco. Darrel Muensevang slapped a hooker there
Monaco has two soccer teams,a marathon, tri-athlon and many tennis events as well as motorsports.
Monaco is a principality. (in other words, a small country ruled bya hereditary prince )
Monaco is a Principality on the southern border of France. There is no connection with England.
Monaco has been an entity since the Middle Ages. It's impossible tosay who exactly 'found' it.
The highest point in Monaco is 163 metres (or 535 US feet) above sea level. Guess it depends on your definition of "mountain"...
1. The Casino It costs 10 Euro to get in but is magnificent inside. And if you're lucky like me you can win back the entry fee on the roulette table ;) 2. The Prince's Palace, the Oceanographic Museum and the Old Town Walk up the ramp to the top of "the Rock". Watch the changing of the guard for… free, and walk in the beautiful gardens there which overlook the new reclaimed land of Fontvielle. In the tourist season, take the "mini-train" (a car which looks like a train) from outside the Oceanographic Museum for a tour of Monaco. Wander the narrow streets of old Monaco here. 3. The Marina Here you can walk along and see Yachts costing tens of millions of Euro! They are truly staggering and you may even spot a celebrity. Stop for a fairly reasonable coffee here on the waterfront, and buy souvenirs by the subway entrance. 4. The Bus Ride To Nice Or from Nice to Monaco , if you're clever and staying in Nice on the cheap! The bus costs 1 euro to go anywhere, and the journey between Nice and Monaco is amazing. Make sure you get the one that stops, not the express. It's the number 100 ("cent" in French, pronounced "numero song") 5. The skating rink or swimming pool. An open-air pool or rink, depending on the season, right on the marina. 6. The Museum of Cars. This is the Prince's own personal collection and there is every car enthusiast's dream car here! From the entire twentieth century, the collection includes many Ferrari's, Packards, Rollers, very unusual French and Italian cars and one car that is the only one in the world! There are also F1 cars and rally cars here. The car museum shop is also one of the best places for souvenirs. 7. The Sculpture Trail The Principality is full of immaculate parks and these in turn are full of exciting sculpture. In one of the parks is a huge underground cave which is reputed to be a very early settlement fopr mankind. 8. The Museum of Automatons Life-size puppets which move. I have not seen this, but it is beyond the casino, on the way to the official beach. 9. The Carrefour - Yes! the supermarket hidden inside the Rock is a great place to get cheap lunch which you can eat outside the car museum for free with a great view of the harbour! 10. The Streets In addition to the occasional bit of rumble strip, there are amazing houses to discover and weird escalators and lifts at every turn to ease your wanderings. Even the railway station is worth a peek as it's entirely underground. Just be sure not to jaywalk, you must cross at a zebra crossing in Monaco! 11. Le Condamine This area, just back from the central section of the marina (where the pool / rink is), is full of amazing shops. (MORE)
The Grimaldi family is the monarchy of Monaco. Currently Prince Albert ll is the reigning ruler of the Principality.
Monaco is a romantic place witch is beautiful and is peace. Some celebrities go there. They have the music awards there
It's its own country, a principality. It's an indepentent city-state of France. Monaco's capital and largest city is Monte-Carlo.
History records the first "founding" of Monaco in 1245. There are conflicting later in time dates for the answer to this question. Many people claim a date closer to 1419. As this tiny country has been ruled by the current "royal family" as a Constitutional Monarchy, founding dates are not reliable… or firm. Apparently, although this area has been inhabited for hundreds of years, it was once part of France. In 1419, France gave Monaco its independence. (MORE)
Monaco is NOT in Spain . It borders France on the south, but is NOT in France, it is a separate country.
The Vatican is an independent city-state surrounded completely byRome and Italy. Monaco is an independent principality surrounded byFrance on three sides and the Mediterranean on the other. Both arelocated in Europe.
The Principality of Monaco is a country about the size of a postage stamp on the south of France Each year they close off some streets for the Grand Prix. There is no "Speedway"
No there's no airport in Monaco. The closest airport from Monaco is in Nice. There's a helipad. You can fly from Nice to Monaco by a helicopter.
There are all kinds of food available in Monaco - who can say what is 'popular'
There is a very small country called Monaco. There is a very popular American car, the Dodge Monaco. There is a motorhome named Monaco.
You can drive, fly, go by boat or train from almost any big city in Europe.
A Casino is a place where you can play many games of skill and chance, various card games, roulette, etc.
The people are known as 'Monegasque'. - and have their own language, but the commonest languages spoken are French, Italian and English
All kinds of food is available in Monaco. It has some of the world's most famous restaurants.
There is no Pope specifically for Monaco, or any other single country. Pope Francis (2013) is the Roman Catholic Pope and Catholics in Monaco, and elsewhere, recognize him as the leader of their religion.
The tallest point in Monaco is 161 meters while the lowest is sea level. So, the average elevation of Monaco is sea level (0 meters).
Monaco is aplace as famed for its restaurants as its casinos, sothere is lots of excellent and much loved food. When I was lastthere my favorites were Stocafi and Barbaguian, basically a stewedcod fillet in sauce and a tasty pasty.
Monaco has the same seasons as any country in the northern hemisphere. Climate is warmer as it's on the Med. coast.
There are many things to see in Monaco, an excellent Oceanographic Museum, a large museum of anthropology, Museum of Napoleonic souvenirs, the Prince's magnificent auto collection, art galleries and many other sights.
Lisa Oudens Monaco is an American federal prosecutor who currentlyserves as the Assistant to the President for Homeland