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Temporary closure of Monaco Ville post office

Temporary closure of Monaco Ville post office

By Staff Writer - April 1, 2017

Work to modernise the post office of Monaco Ville, Place de la Mairie, will take place from Monday, April 3 to Friday, April 7. The branch will remain open throughout the week except for Thursday, April 6, when a partial service will operate.

Mail that is being held for customers with an expiry date of April 6 will be held over for a further day. Mail will also be accepted from companies from 16:15 until 16:45.

La Poste Monaco has apologised for any inconvenience and points out that postal operations will continue as normal at its five other agencies in the Principality.

La Poste Monaco has been modernising and renovating a number of its branches over the last few months and has added an extra window at the busy Place des Moulins office.

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