The cathedral of Monaco
Built in 1875, using white stones from La Turbie, on the site of a 13th century church dedicated to Saint Nicolas, the Monaco Cathedral is an impressive monument. This is where Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace got married and it houses the tombs of the former Princes of Monaco. Pontifical services take place on the major religious festival such as the Feast Saint Devote (27th January) and the Natioal Holiday (19th November).
Today, a wedding is taking place and the guests propose you to participate to a traditional custom which consists in throwing rice on the bride and her husband.
You accept and a few minutes later, they appear under a rice rain. Once you have congratulated them, you decide :
- To go to the Exotic Garden
- To go to the Condamine Market to eat barbagiuans
- To visit the Oceanographic Museum