Lace and Velvet

Fenyvesi, Charles
November 1977
New Republic;11/5/77, Vol. 177 Issue 19, p13
Presents the author's account of the socio-political conditions and the geography of Monaco. Report that the country is a hereditary and constitutional monarchy of about 4000 Monegasque citizens and 20,000 residents of various nationalities who have come here to work; Social and political history of the country; Description on landscape and local attractions in and around the city of Monte Carlo, the country's capital; Views of several people of the city on life in the city.


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