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Gastronomic world descends on playground of rich and famous

A destination that will forever be associated with the finer things in life, Monte Carlo will host is annual Gastronomic Fair once again from November 28th to December 1st.

For the last twelve years the fair has brought some of the world”s finest culinary figures and gastronomic products to this glamorous destination and 2008 promises to be no different.

Each year”s event has a different theme and with this year”s being herbs and spices the fair looks set to be as fragrant as ever.

The proceedings are given a competitive edge as the creative powers of the assembled chefs are challenged.

This year they will be required to create an original work in chocolate and have been told they must draw their inspiration from the female form.

As if visitors needed more of an incentive to this jewel in the French Riviera, the Monte Carlo Gastronomic Fair promises to delight the senses more than ever before.

The principality of Monaco, of which Monte Carlo is the capital, is one of the world”s smallest countries by area but it also one of the most densely-populated.

It is renowned for its resident”s personal wealth as many rich individuals from bankers to Formula One racing drivers call it home, lured by its reputation as a tax haven.

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