Princess Grace Irish Library, Monaco-Ville

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The Princess Grace Irish Library is a library situated in Monaco named after Princess Grace, the wife and consort of Prince Rainier III. Among its collections of Irish literature, the library hosts the personal collection of Irish books and music that belonged to Grace, whose paternal relatives came from County Mayo, Ireland. The library was established in November 1984 by Prince Rainier, in memory of his wife.
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  • On a small street near the Oceanographic Museum is the Princess Grace Irish Library. Go up one flight of stairs and ring the bell to get in. There are two smallish rooms packed with every book... 
    On a small street near the Oceanographic Museum is the Princess Grace Irish Library. Go up one flight of stairs and ring the bell to get in. There are two smallish rooms packed with every book...  more »
  • The library is a hidden gem in Monaco. It was so interesting. There are lots of amazing photographs and a huge collection of books. I'm really glad we found it! 
    The library is a hidden gem in Monaco. It was so interesting. There are lots of amazing photographs and a huge collection of books. I'm really glad we found it!  more »

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