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Flag_of_Monaco.gifHere is the flag of Monaco.

Some important information about Monaco.

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Monaco is a western European state, as well as a town city of the same name occupying the same area as the state itself (making it a city-state). The Principality of Monaco is a state inserted in the territory of the French Republic. It is located by the Mediterranean Sea, along the Côte d'Azur.
This state currently occupies 2.02 km²; the country is thus the second smallest independent state in the world. In 2016, Monaco had 37,308 inhabitants With 19,009 inhabitants per km2, and an urbanization that covers almost its entire surface, it is the most densely populated country in the world.

Monaco has Catholicism as its state religion. Its official language is French and its currency is the euro, although the country is not part of the European Union.

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Monaco Grand Prix


The Monaco Grand Prix is ​​one of the oldest and one of the three most prestigious courses in the world, disputed in the Principality of Monaco, on an urban circuit designed in 1929, by Antony Noghès. This creation responded to the challenge of organizing a competition in the required territory of Monaco (approximately 1.5 km2 at the time), a condition required by the International Sporting Commission for the Automobile Club of Monaco to be internationally recognized.
The inaugural race was won on April 14, 1929 by William Grover-Williams, driving a Bugatti. After an eclipse of two years without courses, the Monaco Grand Prix resumed in 1955 with a Formula 1 plateau. The race has been featured since that date, each year on the calendar of the Formula 1 world championship.


The Monaco circuit winds around Port Hercule, in the streets of Monte-Carlo and La Condamine, chaining tight turns in the middle of protective rails: there is no clearance between the track and these, unlike the other circuits, which implies the presence of cranes in several places to clear the damaged single-seaters as quickly as possible.
The record for victories on this Formula 1 circuit is held by Ayrton Senna, who has won there six times, five of them consecutively, in ten appearances.

AS Monaco FC


Monaco Sports Association football club, abbreviated as AS Monaco FC, is a French football club founded in 1924 and located in Monaco.
AS Monaco is affiliated to the French Football Federation and participates in the French championship.

Prize list

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Troph%C3%A9e%20coupe%20de%20france.jfifFive French Cups
Troph%C3%A9e%20coupe%20de%20la%20ligue.jfifA League Cup

Louis 2 stadium


The club has been evolving at Stade Louis-II (18,523 seats) since 1939. The club's training center, where the 1998 world champions Lilian Thuram, Emmanuel Petit, David Trezeguet and Thierry Henry were trained, is renowned as one of the best in the French championship.
The club is chaired by Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev and the club's current coach is Robert Moreno.

Kylian Mbappé


Kylian Mbappé, born December 20, 1998 in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, is a French international footballer who plays as a striker at Paris Saint-Germain.
Kylian Mbappé has marked the history of the AS Monaco club.
Winner of the French championship in 2017 with AS Monaco, he was transferred to Paris Saint-Germain on August 31, 2017.
World champion at nineteen, he becomes became the youngest player after Pelé to score a double in the eliminatory phase of the World Cup (in the round of 16 against Argentina) and to score in the final, won 4- 2 before Croatia.

Casino de Monte-Carlo


Monte-Carlo casino is a Belle Époque style casino located in Monaco, on the Côte d'Azur. The current building was designed in 1879 by Charles Garnier. Today, the Société des Bains de Mer, which has become the Monte-Carlo SBM Group, still owns and operates the Monte-Carlo casino

Monte-Carlo casino is located in the heart of Monaco, near the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo on the Place du Casino.

Monte-Carlo casino is prohibited for Monegasques because Prince Charles III feared that his Monegasques would ruin their money and to avoid any fraud with the members of the casino who were among their friends or their family .

European Poker Tour


The European Poker Tour (EPT) is a series of poker tournaments. It takes place every year in several countries. Every year, the Monte-Carlo casino is one of the places where an EPT tournament takes place.

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