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1-Post gaining their independence from the Republic of Genoa in
1297, Monaco has been ruled by the Grimaldi family, making it the
oldest ruling family in Europe. In 2002, the constitutional
1-Post gaining their independence from the Republic of Genoa in 1297, Monaco has been ruled by the Grimaldi family, making it the oldest ruling family in Europe. In 2002, the constitutional monarchy signed a treaty with France allowing it to remain an independent nation, even if the family should stop producing heirs.
2-Being just 0.75 square miles, it is the second smallest country in the world. It takes about 56 minutes to walk the width of Monaco.
3-The people there almost have a life expectancy of 90 years, making it one of the longest, also the literacy rate hovers around 100%
4-Their white and red flag looks exactly like Indonesias flag, except that Indonesia has a wider flag.
5-The biggest attraction of the city is Casino de Monte Carlo, however citizens are not allowed to gamble or enter.
6-Kellys 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier- watched by around 30 million on television- was outdone by the birth of their first son, Albert the second, who currently rules Monaco. The occasion was marked with a 21-gun salute and the day after was declared a national holiday.
7-Prince Albert attended Amherst College in U.S where he studied a number of subjects, including political science and economics. He has also played on Monacos soccer team and competed in three Olympic Games as part of Monacos bobsled team.
8-Monaco stopped collecting income tax back in 1869 because the countrys casino raked in more than enough cash to sustain government operations.
9-Monaco has the largest police force in the world per capita. Also, it has the most millionaires and billionaires per capita.
10-The cellar of Hotel Grand Prix is one of the most legendary in the world. The collection which dates to 1874 has 450,000 bottles, including 55 different kinds of champagne.