Welcome to Monaco
Where can love for dance and hard work take you? Everywhere! Including one of the most unique, luxurious and beautiful countries in the world, Monaco!
21+ years ago I started @russianpointebrand in college dorm room as a way to put myself through college. Today I am visiting 47th country in the world and sharing innovations and designs of our brands @flexistretcher 💙 and RP💜
Pictured is the Monte Carlo Casino, officially named Casino de Monte-Carlo, and it 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 was opened in 1863. Monaco is famous for many things – sea sunshine and supercars. However, one thing endures as Monaco’s most renowned feature; the stunning Belle Époque beauty that is the Casino de Monte-Carlo. Steeped in culture and history, the casino is recognised the world over as a playground of the rich and famous. However, beneath the glamorous decor lies a fascinating history. Here are five facts you may not have known about the Principality’s most renowned building. Learn more here:
Some other interesting facts about this unique country:
-The Principality of Monaco is the second smallest country in the world. The smallest is Vatican City. Monaco’s total area is only 2 square kilometres (1.24 square miles). Monaco is bordered by France on the North, South and West with the Mediterranean Sea to its East.
-Monaco is famous for its casino in Monte Carlo. However, residents of Monaco are not allowed to gamble or even enter the casino! James Bond is a particular fan of the casino, having visited it in Never Say Never Again, GoldenEye and Casino Royale.
-Monaco is the third most expensive real estate in the world!
-Monaco is also a foodie country - Visit the iconic Buddha Bar, lunch with a view at Fairmont Hotel.
“You can start anywhere and go everywhere!” - is one of my favorite sayings and I am living it every day!
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