The Palace of Princes

  • Historic site and monument
  • Historic patrimony
  • Palace
  • Town of Art & History
Rue Longue 06500 Menton
At 123 rue Longue was the former palace of the princes of Monaco, which housed the first town hall of Menton during the French Revolution. Today it is transformed into apartments.
In the fifteenth century, the former seigneurial house, built by John I Grimaldi on Long Street, was completely transformed by Prince Honoré II in the seventeenth century. The palace was completed in 1650. The prince placed a commemorative plaque on it: “Honoré II, to replace the ancient citadel destroyed by the work of the wars and which was later to be restored at a favourable time, enlarged and embellished this house previously reserved for the use of an individual, now that of the...
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The Palace of Princes
Rue Longue 06500 Menton
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