Condamine, Moneghetti and Saint Roman are districts of the Principality of Monaco
 

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Condamine and Monte Carlo, Monaco Principality

Monaco-Ville, the Condamine and Monte Carlo are important wards of the Principality of Monaco

Condamine, Monaco Principality, Princesse Caroline pedestrians’ street

Monaco: the ward of the Condamine with Rue Grimaldi and Princesse Caroline pedestrians’ street

Condamine, Monaco Principality, Gastaud Square

Monaco: Gastaud Square is the heart of the ward of the Condamine. At the centre, a Belle Époque bandstand, still utilized in summer, for open air concerts.

Market of Place d’Armes, Monaco Principality

Monaco: the market of Place d’Armes, and the arcades of the Condamine

Rue Terrazzani, Rue of Açores, Monaco Principality

Monaco: time seems having stopped in Rue Terrazzani and in Rue of Açores, in Condamine. Old façades ornated by precious ceramics remind us the rich bourgeoisie of the Belle Époque.

Belle Époque., Monaco Principality

Monaco: the Condamine. The astonishing ceramics of the five continents ladies of Rue Terrazzani.

Belle Époque ceramics., Monaco Principality

Monaco: Belle Époque ceramics on a side of the Café de Paris and in Rue des Açores

Belle Époque ceramics., Monaco Principality

Another Belle Époque decoration in Avenue de Grande Bretagne. At the Universal Exposition of Vienna, in 1873, Monaco was remarked for its ceramics, introduced by Mrs. Marie Blanc , wife of the Casino director. Actually, they had been made in the Pyrenees, not in Monaco, by the ceramics maker Fischer. The success was such, that he was called in Monaco to direct the “Monte Carlo Artistic Ceramics Factory”.

Saint Devote valley, Monaco Principality

Monaco: Saint Devote valley and the exit from the Underground Train Station

Underground Train Station, Monaco Principality

Monaco: underground Train Station

Underground Train Station, Monaco Principality

Monaco: railway tracks under a vault of stars in the underground Train Station

Underground Train Station, Monaco Principality

Monaco: starting from the underground station, conveyor-belts, through marble passages, and public elevators, rapidly convey people from one side to the other of the city.

Monaco seen from the floating pier

The Principality of Monaco seen from the floating pier

Port Hercule, Monaco Principality

Monaco: the Port Hercule

Port Hercule, Monaco Principality, Monaco Yacht Show

The Port d’Hercule in occasion of the Monaco Yacht Show

Port Hercule, Monaco Principality, Monaco Yacht Show

A Monaco Yacht Show with a sea’s plenty of sails and yachts up to Roquebrune-Cap-Martin

Port Hercule, Monaco Principality

Monte Carlo and the Port d’Hercule, from St. Dévote church, left on the bottom, to the Casino terraces, in occasion of the Monaco Yacht Show. A gay patchwork of various architectonic styles and of underway works, such as those of the future seat of the Monaco Yacht Club, right on the bottom.

Bateau Bus, Monaco Principality

Perfectly ecologic, with zero emissions thanks to its solar panels placed on the top, the “Bateau Bus” crosses, continuously, the port of Monaco integrating the city buses service.

Monaco Principality, sailing school for children

Monaco: sailing school for children in the Port Hercule

Moneghetti, Danichgah Villa, Belle Époque Monaco Principality

Monaco: he ward of Moneghetti, with a Persian-style house, the Danichgah Villa, built during the Belle Époque by the ambassador Mirza Riza Khan

Monte Carlo, Boulevard d'Italie, Résidence du Parc Saint Roman

Monte Carlo: Boulevard d’Italie and the Résidence du Parc Saint Roman

Monte Carlo, Saint Roman, Monaco Principality

Monaco: Saint-Roman ward and the boundary, with the church bearing the same name, in France

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