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Monaco rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Monaco. Common rental types found in Monaco are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Monaco where housing rentals are found are Monaco-Ville, The Condamine, Monte-Carlo, Fontvieille, Moneghetti, All Cities. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Monaco.

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Monaco Country Information

Monaco is also known as the Principality of Monaco is a small independent city-state located in South Western Europe on the northern central coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is enclosed on three sides by its border; france.Monaco is the name of the country and its capital. Monaco is a constitutional kingdom and the head of the state was Prince Albert II. The House of Grimaldi was ruled Monaco from 1297, and the state's sovereignty was accepted by the Franco-Monegasque Treaty of 1991, Monaco gained independence after the downfall of the USSR. The industrialized country to the east of the Dniester, known as Trans-Dniester, is developed by Russian and Ukrainian speakers. it is declared as independence from Moldova in 1990, but it is not at all accepted. Monaco is a small and ignorant country and it is one of the poorest in Europe. It has few natural resources, and is heavily dependent on Russia for energy supplies.

Monaco Recreation, Culture and Attractions

Monte Carlo is one of the most expressive places in the world. Glamorous costumes and glittering jewels gathered around roulette tables, sunbathing starlets and royal romances. Monaco is famous for authority and its casino will find these two definitive features hard to avoid. The main tourist attraction in Monaco is, the Casino. The strange National Museum of Dolls and Automatons of Yesteryear and the gift shops were you can buy a Prince Rainier commemorative mug. The Palace is in Monaco-Ville, the old fortified capital, and for an entrance fees. Monaco-Ville is the Oceanographic Museum, with its highly-selected aquarium, and the free Museum of Old Monaco. Monte Carlo is exactly the place to be seen in Monaco and central to the action, being home to the Saint Nicholas Cathedral. The Grand Casino of Monaco has golden ornaments and luxury interior to be approved. Monaco is separated into four areas: Monte-Carlo, Monaco-Ville, and the Condamine, and Fontvieille. The Church plays a key role in shaping Monaco culture. Rituals and ceremonies are held on occasions like Easter, Feast Days of Saint Roman, Saint John and Saint Blaise. The languages used in Monaco include English, French, and Italian. Marriage is an important part of the Monaco culture. It is taken on the basis of the traditions of Roman Catholics.

Monaco Country Demographics

Monaco Total Population - 32,965
Monaco Male Population - 15718
Monaco Female Population - 17247
Monaco Monegasque Population - 19%
Monaco French Population - 32%
Monaco Italian Population - 20%
Monaco other Population - 29%

Monaco School Information

Monaco has ten state-operated schools, including: seven nursery and primary schools; one secondary school, College Charles III. Lycee provides general and technical training. Lycee Albert 1er provides occupation and hotel training. Lycee technique ET hôtelier de Monte-Carlo. They are two grant-aided sponsored private schools including institutions François d'Assise Nicolas Barre and Ecole des S?urs Dominicaines, and one international school, the International School of Monaco. The syllabus is identical to France, but the curriculum is designed to give pupils an international perspective and additional language classes and classes on Monegasque history and culture are offered from the elementary school phase. The school runs four terms and started in early September. There are 10 state-operated public schools in Monaco.

Monaco Country Symbols

Monaco state Flag
Monaco state Flag
Monaco state Animal
Monaco state Animal
European Hedgehog
Monaco state Animal
Monaco state Animal
European Rabbit
Monaco state Animal
Monaco state Animal
Wood Mouse
Monaco state Anthem
Monaco state Anthem
Hymne Monegasque ('Monegasque Anthem')
Monaco state Motto
Monaco state Motto
'Deo Juvante' ('With God's Help')

Monaco Country History

In the 6th century, Monaco's name comes from the convenient Phocaea Greek colony. According to an ancient legend, Hercules passed through the Monaco area and turned away the previous gods. It has been ruled by the House of Grimaldi from 1297, when Francesco Grimaldi and his men winning the castle protecting the Rock of Monaco while he was dressed as a Franciscan monk - a Monaco in Italian, although this is a coincidence as the area was already known by this name. French Revolutionary forces captured Monaco and it remained under French control until 1814. In 1815 the principality was established that year, only to be designated a protectorate of the Kingdom of Sardinia by the Congress of Vienna. It is remained in this position before 1860. There was unrest in the towns of Mention and Roquebrune, which declared independence, hoping for annexation by Sardinia at the time. In 20th century Until the Monegasque Revolution of 1910 forced the adoption of the 1911 constitution, the princes of Monaco were absolute rulers. In July 1918, a settlement was signed providing for limited French protection over Monaco. In 1943, the Italian army occupied Monaco, setting up a Fascist administration. On April 19, 1956, Prince Rainier married the American actress Grace Kelly; a new constitution was taken in 1962 extinguish capital punishment. In 2002, a new settlement between France and Monaco specified that, it is a successor to carry on Grimaldi dynasty. Prince Rainier died on 6 April 2005, after an administration of 56 years, and his son, by Princess Grace, accomplished him as Albert II, Sovereign Prince of Monaco. His succession to the Monegasque throne was a two-step event, with a further ceremony, and held on 19 November 2005 at the historic Prince's Palace in Monaco-Ville.

Monaco Country Tourist Information

Monaco is the most inhabited country in the world. Monaco is made up of several areas; Monte Carlo, Monaco-Ville, La Condamine, Fontvielle and Larvotto Beach. Monte Carlo is famous for its colorful lifestyle that includes casinos, gambling options, glamour, and for residence of famous people. Monaco-Ville is the original fortified town of Monaco and is one of Monaco's administrative areas. After Monaco-Ville, La Condamine is the second oldest district in Monaco and it is characterized with wide harbor and moored expensive yachts. Fontvieille is the contemporary of the four traditional quarters in the principality of Monaco and it is located in the western part of Monaco. Larvotto is also the name of the main public beach in Monaco. Monaco is an interesting place for visitors and it is the second smallest independent state of the world. It is the second smallest independent country in the world.

Monaco Country Transportation

The track portion is totally alternative on the Monegasques country. Two stations are used in Monaco, Monaco and Monte-Carlo. The railway tracks were transformed into an underground section in two steps. In 1964, the first was made by the superfluous of Monte-Carlo station. The second step was building a link to the first one and the underground station of Monaco-Monte Carlo. There are five bus routes in Monaco; all operated by Cie des Autobus de Monaco. The boat is operated by electricity under the urban bus system. There is no airport in Monaco. The closest airport is Cote d'Azur Airport in Nice, France. All Royal Helicopter Service is provided by the James Drabble Aviation Services Committee.

Monaco Taxes

Monaco Country Social insurance contributions of employer's - 28%-40%
Monaco Country Social insurance contributions of employee - 10%-14%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on registered value of a business sold - 7.5%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on registered value of real estate sold (which includes other associated fees) - 7.5%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on registered mortgage (which includes other associated fees) - 3%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on civil judgment registered - 2%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on sale of personal assets - 5%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on sale of personal assets if they are sold by auction - 2%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on the registered value of a short term lease - 1%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on the registered value of a long term lease - 6.5%
Monaco Country Stamp Duty tax on mortgage subscription fee - 0.65%
Monaco Country Inheritance and Gift Taxes rates payable on transfers of property situate in Monaco whether by way of inter vivos gift or on death for Brothers and Sisters - 8%
Monaco Country Inheritance and Gift Taxes rates payable on transfers of property situate in Monaco whether by way of inter vivos gift or on death for Uncles, Aunts, Nieces and Nephews - 10%
Monaco Country Inheritance and Gift Taxes rates payable on transfers of property situate in Monaco whether by way of inter vivos gift or on death for Other relatives - 13%
Monaco Country Inheritance and Gift Taxes rates payable on transfers of property situate in Monaco whether by way of inter vivos gift or on death for Unrelated persons - 16%
Monaco Country Value Added Tax normal rate - 19.6%
Monaco Country Value Added Tax reduced rate - 5.5%
Monaco Country Income Tax rate of business profits tax - 33.33%

Monaco Universities

International University of Monaco - 293 students

Monaco Religions

Monaco Christian - 20.5% - 90%
monaco Others - 10%*
monaco Non-religious - N/A
Notes - Including mostly Protestant, Jewish 3%, Muslim, Greek Orthodox, etc..

Monaco Wards

Monaco-Ville, Monaco - 1,034 populations
Monte Carlo/Spelugues, Monaco - 3,034 populations
La Rousse/Saint Roman, Monaco - 3,223 populations
Larvotto/Bas Moulins, Monaco - 5,443 populations
Saint Michel, Monaco - 3,807 populations
La Condamine, Monaco - 3,847 populations
La Colle, Monaco - 2,822 populations
Les Revoires, Monaco - 2,515 populations
Moneghetti/ Bd de Belgique, Monaco - 3,003 populations
Fontvieille, Monaco - 3,292 populations

Monaco Country Government

Monaco has been governed as a constitutional kingdom from 1911, with the Sovereign Prince of Monaco as head of state. The government consists of a Minister of State, who conducted over a five-member Council of Government. The Minister of State was a French citizen appointed by the prince from among candidates proposed by the French government before 2002. On March 3, 2010, Prince Albert II appointed the Frenchman Michel Roger as Minister of State. The prince shares his power as a legislative assembly National Council under 1962 act. The twenty-four members of this legislative body are elected by universal suffrage for five-year terms. The positions of local affairs are directed by the Communal Council, consist of fifteen elected members and are presided over by the mayor. They usually meet twice to vote on the budget and sanction laws proposed by the prince. The administrations of the 4 quarters are controlled by the Communal Council consists of 15 elected members and is presided over by a mayor. The state and the ruling Grimaldi family directly own significant real estate assets and equity in the economy.

Monaco Country Economy

Monaco is one of the richest states in the world and it has strong economic prompts and its people to maintain a high standard of living. The state's economic growth was begun from the late 19th century. The superb charm of casinos, hotel industry and the beauty of natural environs all these have made tourism to develop very strongly here which is a major source of income generating trade for Monaco. Tourism is one of the Monaca's major economic sectors. The geographical location, the huge arrival of tourists and no burden of income tax are the factors behind shaping up Monaco economy. Major manufacturing industries are tourism, construction, small-scale industrial and customer products. Monaco has no commercial agricultural products and no income tax. Monaco state's reliance on tourism and banking are its economic development has left it respected to a downturn in France and other European economies which are the principality's main trade partners.

Monaco Country Parks

In Jardin Exotique De Monaco is extraordinary is open everyday of the year. In St. Martin's Garden, in all seasons, you'll be exicted to discover analytical shaded alleys and little paths, as well as breathtaking, delightful views on the sea, all these seen in a particularly rich kind of African vegetation. The Allee des Boulingrins is one of the most outstanding places in Monaco and may not be missed. On other side a vast garden filled with an abundance of rare and beautiful plants such as giant magnolias. Fontvieille Botanical Gardens, this is another superb example of the skill and creativity of Monaco landscape gardeners: opulent, luxurious, rich in detail, delicate of color and fragrance - altogether create a medley of sensation, pure and refreshing. In cave of the observatory there are many caves to examine all of them filled with stalactites and stalagmites. It is interesting for children as well as adults.