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Summer 2021 edition

Summer 2021 covers

Dear Reader,

Zsolt Szemerszky
Zsolt Szemerszky

As we are entering summer, I hope your hearts are filling up with sunshine. 

To motivate you as our valued reader, the summer issue of the printed and digital Monaco Residents’ Magazine focuses on Monaco residents who have achieved a transitional milestone in their lives. Coming from a family, filled with appreciation towards art, this issue is especially kind to my heart because of the inspirational, artistic, and cultural topics. 

People often ask me why do we feature art and gastronomy in each magazine issue, well… I strongly believe that a country cannot afford to be materially rich and spiritually poor. Culture is an important part and we need to safeguard it for the future generation.

For this reason, we have also highlighted some fascinating facts about the Principality of Monaco, which are not much known by the majority of the residents.

We are delighted to introduce Le Régent International School, the most modern Swiss International boarding school located in the stunning environment of Crans-Montana. In summer, Régent Camps offer learning and fun to 8-16 year-olds, with a unique pre-university camp for entry to top universities in the US, UK and Europe.

I hope you will find lots of inspiring moments while reading this summer issue, and we will look forward to welcome you with our new digital subscription as well.

With sincere regards,
Zsolt Szemerszky
Chief Editor

Summer 2021 covers

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