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This Sunday, September 25, provides a fantastic opportunity for members of the public to access a range of venues in Monaco as part of National Heritage Day. The richness and diversity of the Principality will be on show with the theme “The Sacred Heritage of Monaco”.
The Town Hall will be open from 10 am until 5 pm, at the Place de la Mairie on the Rock, with a tour of rooms including the council chamber, the marriage hall, and the Mayor’s office. Also offering free entry will be the Chapelle de la Visitation in Monaco Ville.
Other venues open to the public include the École Supérieure d’Arts Plastiques, Pavillon Bosio, 1, avenue des Pins, Monaco Ville; Academie Rainier III (registration necessary); Saint-Nicholas Church, with two organ and choral recitals, at 11:30 am and 5 pm; and the Jardin Exotique and the observatory grotto, from 9 am to 7 pm, where students of the Académie Rainier III will perform a concert at 11 am and 3 pm.
This is an exceptional opportunity for those interested in the breadth and depth of Monaco’s cultural life. A full program can be found online.
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