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Cemetery access changes 

Cemetery access changes 

By Staff Writer - January 15, 2017


Work to create the parking lot for the new Princess Grace Hospital has been ongoing since July 2015, resulting in a change in access to the cemetery and the pedestrian pathway. More work is about to start. On the edge of the upper part of the cemetery, the building of the foundations of a bridge over the avenue Pasteur Haut will begin on January 17, 2017.

During the first four months, this work requires the closure of the sidewalk along the cemetery and the installation of a temporary pedestrian path between boulevard Charles III and avenue Pasteur in the direction of the CHPG, on the Pissarelles staircase. During this phase of work, access to the cemetery by avenue Pasteur (upper entrance) will not be possible. Access will therefore be made only at the level of the other two entrances: the middle parking zone and the lower parking area by the Lower Corniche.

Suitable signage has been installed around the site by the Prince’s Government to allow pedestrians to easily find this temporary route.

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