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Modified the 05/10/2020

The Albert I Commemoration Committee is paying tribute to Prince Albert I by commemorating the centenary of his death in 2022.

Albert I succeeded his father, Charles III, becoming the Sovereign Prince on 10 September 1889. Throughout his life, he undertook a number of scientific and humanist commitments. Alongside his scientific patronage, he actively supported cultural creativity in the Principality.

The Committee has established several communications tools to make the details of his life and work public. You can follow our latest news on our newly created website as well as existing social media pages :

We have opted to shine a light on the Prince’s life through the key events of his era, focusing on anniversary dates or current affairs relating to the issues with which he engaged. Short videos in which anecdotes are related have been produced with the support of numerous historians and are regularly posted on social media.

By following our social media accounts, you can also keep up to date with the various commemorative events scheduled between now and 2022 (symposiums, lectures and exhibitions). Please do not hesitate to get in touch, leave us a message on social media or contact us via the website.

Thank you for your loyalty and encouragement!