Monaco - No state agriculture
Monaco is located in southwest Europe, surrounded on three sides
by France, south to the Mediterranean, all known as the Principality
of Monaco. Area of 1.95 square kilometers. Population of 3.2 million
people, mostly foreigners, is the world's most densely populated
country. Residents are Catholic. The official language is French.
Currency is the euro. The capital of Monaco (Monaco).
The flag is composed of two parallel red and white rectangles.
The Li Guya people, the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians have
all lived in Monaco. In 1297, the Grimaldi family of Monaco began
over 700 years of rule. In the 14th century, Duchy of embryo
formation, has become the Spanish, French protectorate. In 1861, it
signed an agreement with France for France to recognize the
independence of Morocco, but Morocco to give up on the ownership of
two towns called Menton and Roquebrune. The constitution was first
promulgated in 1918 when the country became a constitutional
monarchy. In 1918, the Law of Morocco was signed to determine
political relations between the two countries. France is responsible
for the protection of Monaco's independence, sovereignty and
territorial integrity; commitment to full respect for the Prince of
Monaco in France's political, economic, maritime and military
interests, the exercise of sovereignty.
Economic and Cultural Customs
Monaco has no agriculture and its industry is also relatively
weak. Its economy is dependent on tourism, stamps and gambling.
Within a small area it has 25 banks, but Monaco is more famous for
its gaming industry. Since 1861, Monaco has taken advantage of its
unique geographical location to attract a large number of European
visitors. Gaming revenue accounts for 75% of national income, and
its Monte Carlo Casino is among the most famous in the world.
Monaco's Oceanographic Museum is world-renowned. People can see all
kinds of beautiful fish and strange animals. It also has the
Napoleonic Museum, National Museum, Caroline Library, Monte Carlo
Opera House and other cultural facilities. In Monaco, stamps are
another source of income. Monaco stamps are printed and distributed
across the world.