There was record attendance in the first few days, with more than 30,000 visitors.
Visitors could prolong the festive spirit of the Princely Wedding and experience the intensity and emotion of every moment all over again.
This exhibition is designed as a journey on which visitors can relive these magical celebrations. They can almost touch the bride’s dress, her tiara, H.S.H. the Prince’s uniform, the hybrid car, the invitations, previously unseen photographs, sketches by the designers, various symbolic objects and presents, including presents from the Monegasque people.
This exhibition is a unique opportunity to be part of the legend and share in the story of the Princely Wedding while discovering (or rediscovering) Monaco’s Oceanographic Museum, built by Prince Albert I, great-great-grandfather of H.S.H. Prince Albert II, and his mission to promote a love of the oceans, protect them and make them better known – a mission to which T.S.H. the Prince and Princess are very attached.
This exhibition runs until 22 November 2011.
Also in Europe today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Monaco.
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