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Aerial photo, Monte-Carlo, Monaco. French Riviera. Vue aérienne, Cote d'Azur.

Between a 2000-meter-deep sea and 3000-meter-high summits, the city state of Monaco is the country with the world's highest population density.

Aerial photo, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, French Riviera. Vue aérienne, Cote d'Azur.

With a land surface of 2.02 km2, the Principality of Monaco is the world's second smallest country.

Aerial photo, Larvotto, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

Wards of Larvotto and La Rousse - Saint Roman in the eastern part of Monaco.

Aerial photo, Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel and Resort, Larvotto, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

Built on reclaimed land, the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort is one of the finest in the Principality of Monaco.

Aerial photo, Port Hercule, La Condamine, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

Port Hercule is Monaco's historic and natural harbor.

Aerial photo, Fontvieille, Principality of Monaco. Vue aérienne, Principauté de Monaco.

The ward of Fontvieille is almost entirely built on reclaimed land, its surface area is approximately one sixth the size of the Principality of Monaco.

Aerial photo, Marina of Fontvieille, Monaco, Vue aérienne, port de plaisance de Fontvieille.

The Marina of Fontvieille was created in the early 1970s alongside the land extension of Fontvieille, Monaco.

Aerial photo, Cap d'Ail Marina, Fontvieille, Monaco. Vue aérienne, port de plaisance de Cap d'Ail, France.

Although Fontvieille is a ward of Monaco, the marina adjacent to it on its western side is in Cap d'Ail, a seaside resort in France.

Aerial photo, Monte-Carlo Casino, Hotel Fairmont, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

The Fairmont Monte-Carlo is a seaside luxury resort and behind, stands the famous Monte-Carlo Casino.

Aerial photo, cruise ship, Fairmont Monte-Carlo Hotel, Casino of Monte-Carlo. Vue aérienne, bateau de croisière.

Monaco is a city state dedicated to tourism. A cruise ship moored to a recently-built floating concrete pontoon stands opposite from the Fairmont Monte-Carlo Hotel and the Casino of Monte-Carlo.

Aerial photo, Monte-Carlo Casino, Hotel Fairmont, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

The Fairmont Monte-Carlo Hotel (formerly the Loews Hotel Monte-Carlo) and the Casino of Monte-Carlo.

Aerial photo, Prince's Palace, The Rock, Monaco-Ville. Vue aérienne, Le Rocher.

The Prince's Palace is in the ward of Monaco-Ville, better known as "le Rocher".

Aerial photo, Prince's Palace, The Rock, Monaco. Vue aérienne, Le Rocher.

The Prince's Palace is perched on "le Rocher"; a limestone mesa, approximately 60 meters in elevation above the Mediterranean.

Aerial photo, Changing of the Guard, Prince's Palace, The Rock, Monaco. Vue aérienne, la relève de la garde, Le Rocher.

Tourists watching the daily ritual of the changing of the guard in front of the Prince's Palace of Monaco.

Aerial photo, Oceanographic Museum, The Rock, Monaco. Vue aérienne, Le Rocher, Musée Océanographique.

The historic Oceanographic Museum of Monaco and the more recent parking structure on The Rock of Monaco.

Aerial view, Oceanographic Museum, The Rock, Monaco. Vue aérienne, Le Rocher, Musée Océanographique.

The imposing seaside facade of the famed Oceanographic Museum of Monaco.

Aerial view, Grimaldi Forum, convention center, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

The Grimaldi Forum is the place where Monaco organizes many conferences, congresses, concerts, etc... It is built on reclaimed land and its main stage is at 15 meters below sea level.

Aerial view, Odeon Tower, Monaco. Vue aérienne, Tour Odéon.

The Odeon Tower with 49 floors and a height of 170 meters is Monaco's tallest residential building. Monaco has the most expensive real estate in the world. In 2017, the average for Monaco was at 53000€ per square meter, the upper floors of the Odeon Tower were high above this average.

Aerial view, secluded beach, The Rock, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

Nice secluded cove in the overpopulated city state of Monaco.

Aerial view, land extension project, reclamation, Portier Cove, Monaco. Vue aérienne.

Portier Cove is the newest land extension project in the Principality of Monaco. This floating concrete caisson was manufactured in Marseille and towed behind a boat to Monaco. 17 more will be brought and will serve as the seawall of the new ward.