Fun at the Aquarium in Monaco!

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The Musee Oceanographique De Monaco was founded by Prince Albert I of Monaco in 1910. The building itself was built on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It has one of the best aquariums in Europe with the vast collection of marine life on display. The Museum is a centre of research in Marine and Aquatic life in the Mediterranean Sea. Famous French Marine Explorer, Jacques Cousteau was director of the Museum for 30 yrs until 1988. I highly encourage visiting this Museum besides visiting the Royal Palace in Monaco. Visiting this Museum was fun and made me feel like a kid again!

Jelly Fishes tank
Sea Horses
"See you later! Come visit  us again!"

The Musee de Oceanographique was a fun place to explore during our visit to Monaco. It is a great place for children and adults alike to discover this Museum.

All of the photographs were taken with my Nikon L120 Camera. Amazing results of pictures from the Aquarium of the museum. It captured the vivid colours of the marine life and the aquarium.Looks like the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea outside! 

Sources:Eyewitness Travel, Provence & The Cote D'Azur
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