Exhibition devoted to Napoleon

Exhibition devoted to Napoleon - Louis Ducruet, a regular guest on Riviera Radio's Full English Breakfast show has announced the preparation of an exhibition devoted to Napoleon in Monaco, in collaboration with French businessman, media man and one of the greatest collectors of objects related to Napoleon I, Pierre-Jean Chalençon.

Football recruiter, co-manager of Monadeco and son of Princess Stéphanie Louis Ducruet has joined forces with Pierre-Jean Chalençon for the exhibition which will probably be held at the Grimaldi Forum.

The two who would not naturally have crossed paths are linked today around an initiative, an exhibition, in Monaco, on a historical man known throughout the world and for whom they both have a common admiration. The Emperor is also “strongly linked to Monaco  forging a strong bond with the Grimaldi family”.

 

 

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