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Monte-Carlo (in French, Monte-Carlo; in Monegasque Munte Carlu) is a neighborhood of the principality of Monaco, famous for the Monte Carlo Casino.
On many occasions Monte Carlo is thought to be the capital of Monaco, but since the city and the country have the same borders, Monaco is its own capital.
Monte Carlo hosts a part of the Monaco Circuit, in which the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix takes place, usually after Holy Week, and one of the most important World Rally Championship events: the Monte Carlo Rally.
Monte Carlo has been a meeting place for royals for decades, as well as great movie stars.
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Larvotto (or Larvotto Terano) is the name of the main beach in Monaco and also the name of the area in which it is located. It is an electoral constituency of Monaco, one of the 11 new districts or neighborhoods and part of the traditional Monte Carlo district, has 32.84 ha (which makes it the largest neighborhood in Monaco) and a population according to the 2000 census of 5,443 population. (which makes it the most populous neighborhood in Monaco)
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San Miguel (Monaco)
San Miguel (in French: Saint Michel) is a residential area of Monte Carlo in the principality of Monaco. It was part of the traditional Monte Carlo district, but it is also a new constituency of Monaco. It has 14.22 hectares and has a population of 3,907 inhabitants according to the 2000 census.
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Le Portier is a planned residential area, which has begun construction of a $ 2.3 billion project to expand the natural contour of the Monaco coast another 15 acres in the Mediterranean .
Once completed in 2025, the new district, Portier Cove, near the legendary Monte Carlo Casino, which has appeared in three James Bond films, will house up to 1,000 residents in luxury apartments and villas .
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Monte Carlo Casino
The Monte Carlo Casino (in French: Le casino de Monte-Carlo) is one of the most notable tourist attractions in the Principality of Monaco. The casino complex is a gaming system that also includes the Monte Carlo Grand Theater, an opera house and a ballet house, and the headquarters of the Monte Carlo Ballets. It is located in the Monte Carlo district, although it is forbidden for the citizens of Monaco to enter the gambling halls. It was the annual headquarters of the Grand Final of the European Tour de Pokér (European Poker Tour Grand Final), being replaced by the Great Casino of Madrid.
The casino is owned by the Société des Bains de Mer (Euronext: MC0000031187), a public company, in which the government has a majority stake. This company also owns the main hotels and clubs in the community that serve the Monegasque tourism industry.
The route of the Monaco Grand Prix (the Circuit of Monaco) passes through the casino and on some occasions the organizers of the Monte Carlo Rally perform the exit ceremony in front of the building.
The Monte Carlo method, a broad class of random algorithms, takes its name from the casino.
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Monte Carlo Opera
The Opera of Monte-Carlo (in French: Opéra de Monte-Carlo) is an opera house designed by the architect Charles Garnier under the direction of Marie Blanc (widow of François Blanc). It was inaugurated on January 25, 1879 with the performance of Sarah Bernhardt.
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Church of San Carlos (Montecarlo)
The Church of San Carlos de Monte-Carlo (in French: Église Saint-Charles de Monte-Carlo) is a parish church of the Principality of Monaco, located in the center of Monte-Carlo. Prince Charles III of Monaco had it built in the 19th century on the site where the old chapel of St. Lawrence (chapel Saint-Laurent) was located.
The first stone was laid on November 9, 1879 by Monsignor Charles Theuret. The work done in 1880 was carried out quickly, under the direction of Carlos Lernormand, the architect who also designed the Cathedral of Monaco and the Church of Our Lady of Nice.
The inauguration took place on March 26, 1883. The church was erected as a parish on March 15, 1887 and was consecrated on November 9, 1912 by Monsignor Arnal du Curel.
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Church of Santa Devota
The Church of Santa Devota (in French: Église Sainte-Dévote) is a parish church in the principality of Monaco, located in the district of La Condamine. A cemetery was established near the church.
A small chapel was built before 1070 near a cave in the valley of Les Gaumates where, according to tradition, the body of Santa Devota was buried. Following a donation, it passes in 1075 under the jurisdiction of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Pons.
The chapel underwent successive extensions and restorations, including those of 1476, 1606, 1637 and 1870.
The current church was built by Prince Charles III, and opened on January 25, 1871.
The stained glass windows are by Nicolas Lorin, from Chartres. They were destroyed during the bombing of Monaco during World War II and restored by Fassi Cadete of Nice in 1948.
It is tradition that the wives of the Sovereign Prince of Monaco deposit their bridal bouquet in this church.