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The royal wedding to be continued at the museum now.
Wedding dress, diadem given by Albert II to Charlene, photos of festivities: all these objects are to discover until November 22nd in the oceanographic Museum of Monaco "to extend the magic of princely marriage".
"This exhibition is one of the means to be able to continue reliving emotions of this marriage. It is an immediate, practically journalistic exhibition, without artistic ambition", explains Robert Calcagno, managing director of the oceanographic Institute which heads the museum.
In the big entrance hall, midnight blue Lexus who transported the princely couple of the palace in the Holy-devout chapel on July 2nd, at the end of the religious ceremony, welcomes the visitor.
In the big staircase of the entrance hall, 35 photos big format shot by the photographers of the palace are displayed, notably showing look, almost surprised, of the sovereign when he discovers the day of the religious ceremony Charlene in wedding dress or else dress of the unpublished plates taken after the civil ceremony.
Highlights of the exhibition on the first floor: the signed wedding dress Armani and its long train, and the diadem "Ocean", composed of 844 diamonds and 359 sapphires, given by Albert II to his lady-love.
On the first floor always, the visitor will be able - almost - touch of the finger dishes and menus of the dinner of gala, white monogrammÃ© cushion where rested alliances, as well as both works of art given by the Monegasque to the princely couple: Kandinsky's oil and sculpture of Bourdelle.