Did you know that you are not allowed to walk shirtless in the Principality?
The Principality of Monaco has a very strict dress code implemented by the Monégasque law (4/VII/1940).
Outside the beach areas (meaning on the streets) no one is allowed to walk bare-chested, bare-foot or wearing only a swimming costume. If anyone fails to comply with these rules can face serious police prosecution and a highly significant fine.
Certain areas of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) region, including the Principality of Monaco, are exposed to earthquake risk. The Principality of Monaco is considered an area of medium seismicity that is periodically shaken by small earthquakes. The last important earthquake in Monaco was in February 1995. Luckily the epicenter was in the sea, south of…