Monaco. National Day November 19 was celebrated as usual with the Grimaldi family on the balcony of the princely palace, this year including the youngest family members, twins Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, children of Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene. This year, among other things, it was celebrated that it was 90 years since Princess Grace was born. National Day has been moved over the years depending on who was the prince. It was not until 1952, since Rainier III became Prince in 1949, that November 19 became National Day. When Albert II took over 2005, it was decided that November 19 would continue to be National Day, in particular to pay tribute to Prince Rainier.
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Before that, the monegas had had to experience two royal weddings – even though it happened in the cloud. Not until the summer events was Princess Caroline’s daughter Charlotte Casiraghi who married Dimitri Rassam in France, with a subsequent party in Monaco. Then it was time for Princess Stéphanie’s son Louis Ducruet, who married Marie Chevallier in the Cathedral of Monaco.
According to CountryAAH, the population of Monaco in 2019 was 38,853, ranking number 214 in the world. The population growth rate was 0.730% yearly, and the population density was 38964.0000 people per km2.