– Luxembourg TRAVEL GUIDE –
Capital of the country: Luxembourg
Population: 474,413 people
Area: 2,586 square kilometers
Language: Luxembourgish, German, French
Luxembourg, is the seventh smallest country in Europe, located between France, Germany and Belgium. Although the country is small, it is extremely diverse and delightful in terms of historical and natural wealth. A visit to Luxembourg can be confidently combined with a visit to Germany or France. The country’s most important attraction is the UNESCO-listed old town of the capital, Luxembourg City.
-Luxembourg travel guide –
Luxembourg City, Ardennes, Gutland, Little Switzerland, Moselle, Red Lands (south), Valley of the Seven Castles…. The best ways to spend time in Luxembourg are hiking and biking, canoeing, fishing, bathing in hot springs, exploring culture and traditional cuisine, historical trails, visiting castles. Luxembourg’s most valuable monuments are St. Martin’s Church from the 10th century and the Jesuit College from the 17th century. The oldest tower of St. Michael’s Gate was built in 1050, and it was there that the guillotine was installed during the French Revolution. Remnants of the city’s fortifications also include the Citadel of the Holy Spirit, dating back to the 17th century, and the National Museum, which presents the country’s history from the Stone Age to the present day. The museum’s walls hide outstanding works by artists such as Brueghel, Rembrandt and Canaletto.
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