History of Monaco: Primary Documents

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Website of National Library of Monaco.
(French and English)
Official online collection of Monacan Laws.
Part of BYU's searchable Digital Collections.
From the Archivio di Stato di Torino (Italy) and the Archives départementales des Alpes-Maritimes in Nice (France).
See use instructions.
(1191-1849; French, Italian and Latin facsimiles)

Further Documents on the History of Monaco at the Archives départementales des Alpes-Maritimes in Nice

(16th to 19th centuries; transcriptions in Italian, French and Latin)
(1793-1813; facsimiles)
(1880-1935; transcriptions)
Click on thumbnail-sized maps to enlarge.
(16th to 20th centuries; facsimiles)
Photo downloads may take some time.
(19th to 20th centuries; photo facsimiles)
Map of Monaco made in the 18th-century.
(1764; zoomable map)
National anthem of Monaco. Adopted in 1848.
(Monegasque and French with English translation; 1848)
Documents, texts, books, images, maps, journal articles available online.
Part of the Gallica Digital Library of the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
(Facsimile images; primary and secondary documentation)
A compilation of digitization projects in the Digital Public Library of America.
Treaty in which Monaco and surrounding territories were ceded to France.
(French; March 24, 1860)
Modern constitution of Monaco. Also available in French.
(English; April 2, 1962)
Collection of bilateral treaties involving Monaco.
(French; 1861-present)
Collection of multilateral treaties involving Monaco.
(French; 1906-present)
Collection of tax and fiscal treaties involving Monaco.
(French; 2010-2012)
Treaty establishing modern relations between France and Monaco.
(French with English translation; October 24, 2002)
Monaco's application to the Council of Europe.
(English; April 8, 2004)
Law concerning education which mandated the study of the Monégasque language in schools, among many other provisions.
(French; July 12, 2007)
Collection of Monacan Laws.
Statutes, criminal and civil codes, and other legal materials.
A portal of the BYU Law School.
Library of Congress guide to constitutional, legal and government documents.
Collection of historical maps of Monaco.
Collection of historical maps of Europe.
(facsimiles; Hungarian)
Also contains a collection of coats of arms for other European countries and principalities.

EuroDocs > History of Monaco: Primary Documents

EuroDocs Creator: Richard Hacken, European Studies Bibliographer,
With special thanks to Lark DuCoeur for her help with this webpage.
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
Feel free to get in touch: Hacken @ byu.edu