European RoyalsMonaco

Monaco's Royals attend celebrations of Sainte-Dévote

Every year, celebrations are held in Monaco to mark the miraculous arrival of a saint called Devota (or Sainte Dévote as she is known in French) to the coasts of the tiny principality in the year 303 following her death. Embed from Getty Images It is said that Saint Devota, who was born and lived in Corsica, chose to set aside her life in service to God at a young age. When the leader of her…
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King Mohammed and President Macron to reportedly launch high-speed train this month

The new dawn of the modern transportation age has resulted in many expansive projects across the globe within our time. This wave of progress continues on the African continent with the addition of a high-speed LGV train with a string of substantial stations located throughout Morocco. It is estimated that by 2025 the Rabat-Agdal station will have processed approximately 30 million passengers…
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Princess Anne unveils “Soldier and Horse” Memorial

In commemoration of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I, Princess Anne was present for the unveiling of the ‘Soldier and Horse’ Memorial. This memorial is purposed with remembering the important role that horses have played in times of war both to the soldier and the battlefront as key pieces of the valiant efforts put forth by armed forces. The…
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Who was Cleopatra?

Depicted by many a story and film presentation in years past and present, Cleopatra has represented the epitome of feminine beauty. Many ascertain her as an example to look up to when in need of advice to accomplish a well-maintained life of beauty and romance. But who…
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Before they were royal: The life of Princess Charlene of Monaco

Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco stepped into the shoes of one of the most legendary women in history, bearing her title and serving Monaco as their first lady just as she did. Nearly six years following the succession of Prince Albert II to his father’s throne, Charlene Lynette Wittstock married and became royalty. Thirty-three years before her wedding day, Charlene Lynette…
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