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Main Square (Poland)

Main Square (Poland)

The very centre of the city and one of the largest squares in Central Europe. This is where the country of Poland used to be ruled from until the capital city was moved to Warsaw. The square does not have a town hall because it 

Larvotto beach (Monaco)

Larvotto beach (Monaco)

Monaco’s only beach – surprisingly not crowded and well-equipped with facilities. Definitely stop by if you fancy a swim.

Trophy of Augustus (Monaco)

Trophy of Augustus (Monaco)

The Tropaeum Alpium, was built by the Romans for the emperor Augustus to celebrate his decisive victory over the ancient tribes who populated the Alps. The monument’s remains are in the commune of La Turbie, a few kilometers from the Principality of Monaco.

Saint-Charles Church (Monaco)

Saint-Charles Church (Monaco)

Saint-Charles Church is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Charles Borromeo, the 15th-century Italian cardinal and archbishop. The church is situated on the Avenue Sainte-Charles in the Monte Carlo district of Monaco. The church hosts the only English language catholic service on the French 

Japanese Garden (Monaco)

Japanese Garden (Monaco)

The Japanese Garden is a municipal park on the Avenue Princesse Grace, in the Larvotto ward of Monaco. It is next to the Grimaldi Forum convention centre. The garden is 0.7 hectares in size, and features a stylised mountain, hill, waterfall, beach, brook, and a 

Monte Carlo Casino (Monaco)

Monte Carlo Casino (Monaco)

Officially named “Casino de Monte-Carlo”, the Monte Carlo Casino is a gambling and entertainment complex located in Monaco. It includes a casino, the Grand Théâtre de Monte Carlo, and the office of Les Ballets de Monte Carlo. The Casino de Monte-Carlo is owned and operated 

Sainte-Dévote Church (Monaco)

Sainte-Dévote Church (Monaco)

Sainte-Dévote Chapel is a Roman Catholic chapel dedicated to Saint Devota, the patron saint of Monaco. The chapel was first mentioned in archived documents dated 1070, built against the wall of Vallon des Gaumates, on the space now occupied by the Chapel of Relics. It 

Circuit de Monaco (Monaco)

Circuit de Monaco (Monaco)

Circuit de Monaco is a street circuit laid out on the city streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine around the harbour of the principality of Monaco. It is commonly referred to as “Monte Carlo” because it is largely inside the Monte Carlo neighbourhood of 

Hercules Port (Monaco)

Hercules Port (Monaco)

Port Hercules is the only deep-water port in Monaco. The port has been in use since ancient times. The modern port was completed in 1926, and underwent substantial improvements in the 1970s. It covers almost 40 acres, enough to provide anchorage for up to 700 

Fort Antoine Theatre (Monaco)

Fort Antoine Theatre (Monaco)

The Fort Antoine Theatre is a small amphitheatre on the Avenue de la Quarantaine in the Monaco-Ville ward of Monaco. The fort hosts open air plays in the summer months. The theatre was originally constructed as a fortress in the early 18th-century before its destruction