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The 23rd European Heritage Day was a great success, with 16,405 visitors coming to discover the wealth of the Principality, on Sunday 23rd September.
Among the most visited sites, the Prince’s Palace (2,634 visitors), the Oceanographic Museum (2,350), the Monaco Top Cars Collection (1,949), the Exotic Garden (1,523) and the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology (1,200).
The theme for this day was “The musical heritage” and some visitors were able to enjoy concerts and musical performances during their visit. In particular, the Palladian of Monaco, the students of the Rainier III Academy, U ‘Cantin d’A Roca, the choir organists and the Municipal Music were produced.
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