杨坤There are 3000 kinds of roses gathered here, and it is the most abundant rose garden in the world. The rose garden is the first in China to adopt ground-source heat pump heating technology, which is energy-saving and environmentally friendly, and it is warm as spring.
肉肉The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco is really great, the overall layout is very reasonable, not only displays, but also some relatively modern installations. There are living and specimens. The types of specimens are very complete and well preserved. They are all very clean specimens without any signs of corruption. There is also an interactive area which is more interesting. It's very suitable for parent-child travel. The two little girls from my sister's house that I took were really happy, and they said they would come later.
天边的海999Louis II Stadium (French: Stade Louis II) is a stadium located in the Principality of Monaco. In addition to being the home of the Monaco Football Club and the Monaco National Football Team that participated in the French Football League, it has also held IAAF World Athletics Finals. Waiting for sports events. In addition, the European Super Cup football matches from 1998 to 2012 were held here. The audience capacity of the venue is only 18,500, which is very small in well-known European stadiums. But it is not easy to build this stadium in the second smallest country in the world. And due to space constraints, many facilities are located underground, such as the parking garage of the stadium located directly under the turf. The stadium also includes an office building, which houses the International University of Monaco.
野枫印象The Royal Palace of Monaco is located on the hills near the sea, standing in the square in front of the Royal Palace, you can have a panoramic view of the Monte Carlo port, and you can have a panoramic view of the luxury houses and moored private yachts in the Fengwei District, as well as the Garlic Point. Inside, you can visit the Royal Apartment, Napoleon Memorial, and the Royal Palace Historical Achievement Collection. The 16th-century Italian-style promenade and frescoes in the palace are exquisite; the luxurious hall of Louis XV's elaborately inlaid colored fine wood, and the marble double spiral staircase of the 17th century are all pleasing to the eye.
Around the Palace Square, there are forts cast during the Louis XIV period, and the Sainte Marie bell tower built in white rock can be seen. If the time is right, you can also see the changing of the guard ceremony of the palace guard.