Monaco pronounces Heritage Day a success

Monaco pronounces Heritage Day a success

Monaco, European National Day
Photo: Mairie.mc

Monaco’s town council also has reported that the 22nd edition of this European Heritage Day, which took place on Sunday, September 24, was a triumph. The events of this day, under the theme “The unusual legacy of Monaco” were coordinated by the Department of Cultural Affairs of the Government of Monaco.

Five websites were open to the general public, including some for excursions, using a total of 3,273 traffic —  a great result in line with that of 2016, the town council stated.

Traffic into this Town Hall’s number was created against 921, with 1049 entries by 128 in 2016. The visit included, as usual, the Marriage Hall, the Council Chamber, the Court of Honor and the Mayor’s Office, at the presence of members of the Communal Council who were available to answer some questions.

Musicians of this Rainier III Academy delighted visitors with two concerts in the Hall — one at the morning and another in the afternoon. The City Council also hosted three initiation workshops on the language given by the Directorate of Cultural Affairs, this year.

The number of traffic into the Exotic Garden of Monaco was up this season in contrast in 2016.

For the first time, the Médiathèque de Monaco organised four tours in its premises. The places were booked using a total of 50 participants.

Last, the two art schools enrolled a rise in attendance, with 216 admissions into the Ecole Supérieure d’Arts Plastiques (201 at 2016), that featured an exhibition by children and teens in the public paths entitled “Belles & Chimères”, along with 90 traffic (52 at 2016) into the Rainier III Academy to detect the violin workshop as well as the many concerts provided on site (harp, piano and orchestra and chamber music).

European Heritage Day ended with a favorable outcome to the City Council of Monaco along with the municipal sites. The groups worked hard to ensure the lasting achievement of the event which is now a must in the Principality each year.

Palace and Cathedral photos: © Charly Gallo/Manuel Vitali -Direction Communication
Palace and Cathedral photographs: © Charly Gallo/Manuel Vitali -Direction Communication

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