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More marriages, fewer divorces, in Monaco in 2017

More marriages, fewer divorces, in Monaco in 2017

By Staff Writer - January 14, 2018

Photo: Facebook Mairie de Monaco
Photo: Facebook Mairie de Monaco

Almost twice as many births took place in Monaco in 2017 as the number of deaths, with 958 births and 490 deaths recorded. Two hundred and fifty-eight births were to Monaco residents, and 700 to non-residents.

The Monaco City Council said that the favourite names for girls were Victoria, Alice, Léa, Sofia, Emma and Giulia, and for boys: Nolan, Ethan, Lucas, Hugo, Lorenzo and Raphael.

A total of 206 weddings were celebrated in the Principality in 2017, compared to 193 in 2016. Concerning the marriage of persons of Monegasque nationality, four marriages united two people of Monegasque nationality, 38 Monegasque men married a foreign woman, and 47 Monegasque women chose a foreign spouse.

The number of divorces fell from 89 in 2016 to 69 in 2017.


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