Monaco, it is a country in Europe. The capital of Monaco is Monte Carlo.
Monaco is a small European country between southeast France and the Mediterranean. By region, it is the second smallest country in the world (after the Vatican). There is only one official city in Monaco, it is the capital and known for some of the richest resorts in the world. Monte Carlo, the administrative district of Monaco, is the country's most famous area as it lies on the French Riviera, with its casino, the Monte Carlo Casino and several beach and resort communities.
Monaco is located on the Mediterranean coast near the Italian border with France and is surrounded by the French Alps Maritimes.
From the Monte Carlo International Circus Festival in January to the mesmerizing Rose Ball in April, Monaco's annual calendar is packed with cultural events. The famous Monte Carlo Ballet will be welcomed in June. Summer highlights include the International Fireworks Festival of Monte Carlo and the Evening of the Red Cross of Monaco. The patron saint of Monaco is Saint Devote, who suffered in Corsica in the fourth century. As her body drove away to a Christian funeral, a storm blew and a dove flew out of her mouth.
Monaco has urban roads leading to the A8 automatic route: in the US, drivers are expected to drive on the right-hand side of the road and overtake on the left-hand side. As you can see from the roadmap, there are several intercity highways that connect many of Monaco's famous sights. The road from Rockbrunn-Cape Martin on East Main Street. France (near the Monte Carlo Country Club) is connected to the boulevard. Princess Grace Avenue connects Monaco's famous sights such as the Monte Carlo Stadium, Plage du Lavoto, the National Museum and the Grimaldi Forum of Monaco. Pierre Avenue and Boulevard. The street of Charles III. Also connects the business center, the business center Fontevier, the Principe (Palace of Monaco) and El Salvador. Avenue de la Quarantaine leads to Maritime Police Station and Dubbo-Antoine Theater.