France and excitement are integral parts of each other, because it was here that the first progenitors of modern gambling establishments appeared. And it is not at all surprising that it was here in the 17th century that the first gambling house appeared, which the locals met with indignation. The chief financial curator, who was put in the service of Louis XIV, ordered to open the first gambling establishment to replenish the state treasury. Continue reading
In the central part of the city of Nice, on Place Massena, there was once a municipal gambling house, where you could play cards and roulette.
Admiring the architecture of a populous square, not only locals walked along it, but also foreign visitors.
In 1884, the first municipal casino was built in Nice, which became one of the most popular places in the city. The gambling establishment, immortalized by postcards, consisted of richly decorated rooms, a hall, a restaurant, a large hall and a theater. Continue reading
Many people dream of visiting the capital of France and seeing its sights. However, gambling tourists in Paris are disappointed – gambling in the city and its nearest district is prohibited, and therefore there is not a single casino in the French capital where you can brighten up free time in the evening or at night. Continue reading
The Armenian Parliament in the second and final reading adopted amendments to a number of laws that relate to the regulation of the gambling business. According to the new law, it was allowed to organize gambling activities within several administrative districts, as well as in the free economic zone, which is still in its infancy. Continue reading
The summer of 2009, when gambling was banned in neighboring Ukraine and Russia, turned out to be not quite hot for gambling institutions in Belarus. The changeable and unpredictable weather seemed to completely reflect the mood of the gambling business in the country. July 1, 2009 was not only the first day of the next month, but also the culmination of the life of gambling establishments in the state. Continue reading