Saint Nicholas Cathedral in Monaco holds long-standing relevance. It is a hallowed place established in 1875, hugely visited by Monegasques. You may know that it is the place where Prince Rainier and Princess Grace got married to each other and then buried also after their demise. The Cathedral is also known for burring the Grimaldi family for ages. Further, the attractive structural designing of the tombs makes the cathedral exceedingly attractive for you.
If history has been your favorite subject then its museums like the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium has a lot to offer you. For instance it presents you famed collection of marine fauna and interactive expositions. It has a glossy fascia that remarkably rises out of the sea. Additionally, some other museums such as the Museums of Napoleonic Souvenirs and Collection of the Palace’s Historic Archives are renowned for featuring innumerable bjects linked with the First Empire (Napoleon I): the Monte Carlo story, a multi-vision show about Monaco’s history and the Wax Museum of the Princes of Monaco.