The Cars Collection of the Prince of Monaco

The Cars Collection of the Prince of Monaco
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The cars collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco,is a unique collection of exceptional vehicles combining luxury with rarity. Enjoying a great time while going on a time-travelling journey in the middle of amazing cars.


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The cars collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco,is a unique collection of exceptional vehicles combining luxury with rarity. Enjoying a great time while going on a time-travelling journey in the middle of amazing cars.
Let your guests rediscover the history of the most beautiful machines, while enjoying a warm moment with a cocktail, reception or gala evening.
Here, nothing is as elsewhere, and the atmosphere so special will allow your guests to remember forever this moment !


Great Mosque of Paris

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With its charming shady courtyard, its garden and its traditional décor, the Great Mosque of Paris is worth a long tour if you happen to be in Paris 5th arrondissement.


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The Great Mosque holds a peculiar spot in the hearts of France’s Muslims since it’s the oldest mosque in metropolitan France. Of Spanish-Moorish inspiration, inspired by the El-Qaraouiyyîn Mosque of Fes, the mosque is towered over by an impressive 33-m high minaret.

Its large door is adorned with floral patterns typical of the Art of Islam. Walk the door and you’ll discover a traditional decoration and beautiful mosaics, works from craftsmen in North Africa.


Chateau Rouge district

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Chateau Rouge, or Quartier Africain, is a metro stop in the 18th arrondissement of Paris that’s vibrant with African vendors, restaurateurs and tradesmen. This thriving district pulses with sensory delights from spices plumbed from Gambia to wax couture fabrics imported from Nigeria.


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Enjoy a stroll in the heart of Château Rouge, a true crossroads of African cultures in Paris. Located at the foot of the Montmartre hill, the popular district of Château Rouge is one of the meeting places of the African community. An immigration district since its creation, it welcomed a growing population of immigrants from West Africa in the 1980s. Little by little, a multitude of small specialised shops are developing around the central axis of the Dejean market, which gives Château Rouge its image of "petite Afrique" in the heart of Paris: exotic grocery stores, beauty and cosmetics stores, fabric shops, hallal butcher shops, taxiphones, restaurants... Despite the urban and residential changes that the district is undergoing, its commercial activity remains highly attractive, far beyond the scale of the territory of the Goutte d'Or and even the capital.


Canadian National Vimy Memorial

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Canada's most impressive tribute overseas to those Canadians who fought and gave their lives in the First World War is the majestic and inspiring Canadian National Vimy Memorial which overlooks the Douai Plain from the highest point of Vimy Ridge, about ten kilometres north of Arras.


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Canada's most impressive tribute overseas to those Canadians who fought and gave their lives in the First World War is the majestic and inspiring Canadian National Vimy Memorial which overlooks the Douai Plain from the highest point of Vimy Ridge, about ten kilometres north of Arras.
The Memorial does more than mark the site of the engagement that Canadians were to remember with more pride than any other operation of the First World War. It stands as a tribute to all who served their country in battle in that four-year struggle and particularly to those who gave their lives.


Val d'Aoste

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In summer, Valle d'Aosta becomes a real paradise. The famous ski resorts, covered with snow in winter, are covered with magnificent lush forests over which the glaciers of the peaks are majestic.


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 Everything speaks of majestic peaks in this essentially mountainous territory and in particular the highest peaks of the Alps, such as the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and its majesty Mont Blanc which, with its 4810 m. height, has no equal in Europe: it is the roof of the old continent. Courmayeur, a jewel of the region, is one of the most important ski resorts in the world, as well as the "cradle" of mountaineering with the first school for high mountain guides.
In its panorama of majestic mountains and valleys, you will discover the first Italian National Park, established in 1922: Gran Paradiso, where it is still possible to meet animals in their natural environment: chamois, marmots, eagles and ibex, the park's symbol animal. 


Valgrisenche valley

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Along the French region of Tarentaise, the Valgrisenche (1,664 metres) offers visitors its mountainous setting covered with glaciers.


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The slopes of this valley are accessible after short walks such as those leading to the Surier or Miollet waterfalls, long hikes such as the Ruitor tour and climbs of different levels of difficulty. There is plenty of space for free climbing near the village.
Valgrisenche, the capital of the valley, is a peaceful alpine village. Its particular microclimate ensures abundant and powdery snow.
This ski resort is ideal for beginners and families with children; even the cross-country ski slopes offer routes and slopes suitable for all types of fitness and training.


Massif des Aiguilles Rouges

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Les Aiguilles Rouges is a mountainous massif facing the Mont-Blanc massif.


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Les Aiguilles Rouges is a mountainous massif facing the Mont-Blanc massif. The colour of the rock rich in ferrous gneiss gives its name to this massif. The highest point of this massif is called Belvedere ("panorama"), because it offers a 360° panoramic view of the surrounding mountains of the Aiguilles Rouges.


Massif des Aiguilles Rouges

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Les Aiguilles Rouges is a mountainous massif facing the Mont-Blanc massif.


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Les Aiguilles Rouges is a mountainous massif facing the Mont-Blanc massif. The colour of the rock rich in ferrous gneiss gives its name to this massif. The highest point of this massif is called Belvedere ("panorama"), because it offers a 360° panoramic view of the surrounding mountains of the Aiguilles Rouges.


Massif des Fiz

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The Fiz massif is a mountainous massif belonging to the Pre-Alps. The Chaine des Fiz is bordered by the Platé desert and is located near the Mont-Blanc massif, Haute-Savoie.


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Splendid view on the lake of Anterne and the Rochers de Fiz. We see the Pointe d'Anterne and the Tete de l'Ane. The rocks of the Fiz are part of the Fiz massif, which is a mountainous massif belonging to the Pre-Alps.
This massif is bordered by the Platé desert and near the Mont-Blanc massif, in the Haute-Savoie department.
Lake Anterne is a magnificent hike for good walkers because of the length of the route and the significant difference in altitude. Breathtaking view of Mont Blanc.


Lac des Chéserys

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Inside the Nature Reserve of Aiguilles Rouges, under the Lac Blanc, let's discover these lakes facing Mont Blanc.


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Less famous than its illustrious neighbor the Lac Blanc, Lac des Chéserys offers a fantastic viewpoint of the Mont-Blanc massif. Quiet and less crowded than Lac Blanc, Lac des Chéserys will suit the many hikers seeking a quiet place in front of a unique panorama.


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