Carnoles Palace and the Heritage Days :
Former Palace of the Prince of Monaco, the palace now houses a museum Carnoles and a collection of remarkably rich.
At the western entrance to the city, the palace Carnolès its place among the finest French museums.
The garden of the Palais Carnolès is also a detour and visit as host to the largest collection of citrus in Europe.
Labeled by C.C.V.S. (Conservatory Plant Collections Specialist) "collection authority" Le Jardin du Palais Carnolès this
more than one hundred varieties of citrus: oranges, lemons, grapefruit, clementine, tangerine, citron, kumquats .
And to complement all, 70 beautiful contemporary sculptures adorn the walkways of this gorgeous garden.
On the occasion of Heritage Days, the Palace Carnoles we proposed an exhibition of furniture Asian: Japanese and Chinese.
Frey's collection and the collection Bagulescu. George Bagulescu, General Romanian, built his collection through his diplomatic career.
Member of the Academy of Arts and Letters in Paris, President elected by the Knights' Michael the Brave, "decorated with the Legion of Honour
Bagulescu George is also a Grand Prize for Literature for his work in Japan (Yamato Damashü Trilogy).
He bequeathed his collection of Oriental Art in the City of Menton, at his death in 1963.
Magnificent exhibition as the permanent exhibition, which stays in the year, the 1st floor of the Palais Carnoles and whose entrance is free.
This report also shows the painting exhibition which preceded the Heritage Days. Painting exhibition featuring
squares and painters "Mythic" the city of Menton: Hotel de Ville by Jacques Denier, the Old Town and Old Port of Paul Bolletti,
the rooftops and bell tower of St Michel by Albert Mathieu, the Palais de l'Europe by Caesar Bolletti, St Michel and ramps by Charles Beglia,
the beautiful "Morning in May" by Ambroise Gioan, and many others .