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Magnificent cathedral, built from 1875 to 1901, is the last home of the ruling princes and the Princess Grace of Monaco several important 16th-century paintings are exhibited. Also relics the relics of St. Devote, Patron Saint of the Princely Family...more
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4 Rue Colonel Bellando Castro, Monaco-Ville 98000, Monaco
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It is way too easy to get caught up in Hollywood starlet Grace Kelly's life and death and the role it plays in our imaginations. Yes, she is buried here along side her husband. So, is that all there is? Not by a long shot....More
I must have been so inspired by the famous love story between Prince Ranier and the late Princess Grace such that when I visited Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco, one of the few places I visited there was this cathedral just to pay...More
The Cathedral of St. Nicholas is the burial place for all the Sovereign Prince's and their spouses are buried. Clearly the most famous is Princess Grace (Grace Kelly).
The Cathedral itself is beautiful and has been around over a century and a half.
If you come to Monaco and want to visit the Cathedral I would suggest you come here first before the Casino or Palace. You could be overwhelmed by the sheer opulence of the Casino and the Grandeur of the Palace and go away disappointed because...More
I thought this building was going to be immaculate and breathtaking. It was ok but not what I had imagined considering the history, Grace Kelly etc. The setting is relaxed and there’s not many people so it isn’t a total waste of time.
This was one of several stops on a shore excursion from a cruise so we had seen many churches and cathedrals in Italy. This paled in comparison to the others we had seen (Basilica de Santa Maria) throughout Italy, but it made up for this...More
Strolling through the old town of Monaco (Monaco Ville) you can find this fine example of sacred architecture. Saint Nicholas Cathedral or Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception was built in 1903 and consecrated in 1911 at the site of an old parish...More
No tickets required. Walk Up and take in the beauty and walk it. You do a full circle around the inside and all of the burial sites are in the ground where you walk. Make sure to look up, it's really a lovely church. There... More
No tickets required. Walk Up and take in the beauty and walk it. You do a full circle around the inside and all of the burial sites are in the ground where you walk. Make sure to look up, it's really a lovely church. There were not to many people when we were there, maybe about 10-15 inside. I think it will depend upon the day. This entire area was great to walk around.