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1. 10 GOOD REASONS TO MOVE TO MONACO

1. A sovereign, neutral and independent country, endowed with stable institutions, thanks to its political regime of constitutional monarchy.

2. A location, an accessibility (international airport, railway station, helipad, ports, highways) and an exceptional quality of life in the heart of Europe, with a pleasant climate throughout the year (on average more than 300 sunny days a year and 17 degrees Celsius) and a dreamed-up living environment between sea and mountain.

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2. DISTRICTS

a. Monaco Ville

The Monaco Ville district is a picturesque and historic area located on the Rock, but also a tourist area with the Prince's Palace, its cathedral, the various institutions, its narrow alleys with its shops, bars and restaurants. The oceanographic museum is also located in this ancient medieval city, with many fascinating viewpoints. The buildings are generally historic buildings, without elevator neither parking space and consisting of a maximum of 3 to 4 floors. A few villas are also located in this very secure and exclusive area.

3. THE POPULATION

According to the census conducted in 2017, the very cosmopolitan population of Monaco was representing 38,300 individuals. Including more than 140 nationalities, the five most common nationalities in 2016 were:

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4. GEOGRAPHY / CLIMATE

Monaco is the 2nd smallest country in the world with a territory of just over 2km². This city-state is located on the French Riviera, landlocked in the South-East of France. The city of Nice is 20km to the west and the Italian border is less than 15km to the east.

5. POLICY

Monaco is an independent principality which has been a constitutional monarchy since 1911, with a Prince at the head of the state. The Executive power consists of a State Minister, who chairs a Council of Government composed of six members (himself and five Councillors-Ministers), responsible solely in front of the Prince.

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6. ECONOMY / SOCIAL

Monaco has formed a customs union with France since 1865 (the terms of which were specified in 1962) and its currency is the euro. Monaco's GDP for 2018 stands at 6.09 billion euros with a growth rate of 6.1% compared to 2017.

7. LIVING IN MONACO

The Principality benefits from an image of safety, peace and quality of life. This image expresses a reality that is tangible 365 days a year, with many events taking place all year long, and tens of thousands of visitors and workers coming every day.

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