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© Le Jardin de l'UNESCO, sur les Terrasses de Fontvieille. © Monaco Tribune

Overlooking the port of Fontvieille, the UNESCO Garden is a calm and relaxing place.

This lush outdoor space has topiaries and beautiful sculptures, making it an open-air exhibition. Among the sculptures are: Renaissance by Kim Hamisky, Close-up “And the Seventh Day” by Alessandro Montalbano 1995, Large Crouching Bather by Antoine Bourdelle or Big Bear by F.X. Lalanne 1992.

You can also admire many types of colourful flowers and trees. There are benches where you can relax and listen to the flowing fountains. On the terrace there is a beautiful sundial, a real monument, which has eleven dials allowing you to keep track of the time all day long. What is so special about this garden? Its flowered arch at the entrance.

  • The Fontvieille Terraces