The Sculpture Path

The Sculpture Path

On the initiative of the Sovereign Prince, Monaco has been enriched over the years with inspiring works by internationally renowned artists. Sculpture occupies a special place in the Principality and many fine examples are strategically placed throughout: in the streets, walkways and gardens so the public can admire and appreciate these important and valuable pieces.

A collection of almost 100 breath-taking creations by contemporary sculptural artists make extraordinary cultural statements for the enjoyment of visitors and locals alike!

While many of these oversized sculptures are placed in gardens and parks throughout the Principality, a special pedestrian walk located in the Fontvieille district, features the majority of monumental works which may be discovered on foot.

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Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology

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