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Medieval houses along the Alzette river in the picturesque district of Grund, Luxembourg-City.
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The Alzette river flows through the picturesque district of Grund in the old quarters of Luxembourg City.
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Neimënster — the Neumünster Abbey Cultural Exchange Center in the picturesque district of Grund in Luxembourg City
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Vauban Tower and Grand Duchess Charlotte-Bridge (Red Bridge) in Luxembourg
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Winter view of the old city of Luxembourg and the Grund district
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Breedewee in Luxembourg City. The fortress and old city centre of Luxembourg are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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Luxembourg City, fortifications and city centre
View of the remains of the ancient fortress of Luxembourg with the Kirchberg plateau in the background
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In the districts of Grund and Clausen, the cobblestoned streets of the capital are home to many cafes and bars, especially Irish and English pubs.
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Monument in honour of William II of Orange-Nassau at place Guillaume II. He was King of the Netherlands and Grand Duke of Luxembourg.
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The Adolphe Bridge crosses the green Pétrusse Valley in Luxembourg
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Highstreet shopping in Luxembourg City
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View from the district of Grund onto the fortifications and old city centre of Luxembourg, UNESCO world heritage.
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Aerial view of the Luxembourg city centre
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Aerial view of the City of Luxembourg with 'Red Bridge'
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Aerial view of Luxembourg-Kirchberg, home to major EU institutions like the Court of Justice of the European Union
National Museum of History and Art (MNHA) in Luxembourg City; architecture: Christian Bauer Associés
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Luxembourg Museum of Modern Art (Musée d’art moderne Grand-Duc Jean, MUDAM); architecture: Ieoh Ming Pei
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Villa Vauban — Art Museum of the City of Luxembourg
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Luxembourg hosts SES, the world's prime satellite operator, with a fleet of some 50 satellites.
© SIP / Jean-Christophe Verhaegen, all rights reserved
Chambre de commerce Luxembourg, Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
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The Chamber of Deputies is the parliament of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
© SIP / Luc Deflorenne, all rights reserved
Plenary hall of the Luxembourg Chamber of deputies (parliament)
© SIP / Christof Weber, all rights reserved
Plenary session in the Chamber of Deputies (parliament)
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Cité judiciaire (judiciary centre) in Luxembourg; architecture: Rob Krier
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The Council of State has its seat in Luxembourg.
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Hôtel Saint-Maximin at Place de Clairefontaine in Luxembourg
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Clairefontaine Square in Luxembourg with the Hôtel Saint-Maximin and the statue of the Grand Duchess Charlotte
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The Hôtel de Bourgogne in Luxembourg houses the Ministry of State and is the seat of the head of government
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Grand ducal palace, the sovereign's office and official residence of the grand-ducal family
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Grand ducal palace and Chamber of deputies (parliament)
© SIP / Jean-Paul Kieffer, all rights reserved
Grand ducal palace and parliament in Luxembourg
© SIP / Luc Deflorenne, all rights reserved
The Bock outcrop in Luxembourg. This is where Count Siegfried built a small fort (Lucilinburhuc) in 963 and laid the foundations for the future powerful Luxembourg fortress.
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Castle of Bourglinster (north-east of Luxembourg City)
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Berg Castle, home of the grand ducal family
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Castle of Larochette in the east of the Grand Duchy
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National flag of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
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Luxembourg national flags and European flag
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Luxembourg celebrates its National Day on 23 June: ceremonial drill in the presence of H.R.H. the Grand Duke and H.R.H. the Hereditary Grand Duke (Avenue de la Liberté)
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The 'Golden Lady' on Constitution Square was set up in 1923 to commemorate the Luxembourgers aho perished in WWI.
The Golden Lady ('Gëlle Fra') on Constitution Square was set up in 1923 to commemorate the Luxembourgers who perished in the First World War.
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European Convention Center Luxembourg (ECCL) in Luxembourg-Kirchberg; architecture: SCHEMEL WIRTZ ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES
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European Convention Center Luxembourg (EECL) at Luxembourg-Kirchberg; architecture: SCHEMEL WIRTZ ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES
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From June 2015 to January 2016, the Luxembourg government, in partnership with the City of Luxembourg and the City of Esch-sur-Alzette, offers free internet access in the territories of their respective cities, via the Wi-Fi HOTCITY network.
© SIP / Nicolas Bouvy, all rights reserved
European Square in Schengen, the most European of all Moselle villages, located at the Luxembourg-France-Germany tri-border area
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Commemorative plaque in honour of Robert Schuman, the great European who was born in 1886 in the suburb of Clausen in Luxembourg
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On the first Sunday after Carnival, the 'Buergen' (torches) are lit across the Grand Duchy to chase away the winter.
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Schengen castle, Moselle region
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Monument 'Schengen Agreements': on the esplanade along the Moselle in Schengen, 3 steel pillars commemorate the signature of the Schengen Agreements in 1985 and 1990
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Caves coopératives de Wellenstein, Moselle region
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European Museum Schengen in Schengen
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Monument 'Schengen Agreements': on the esplanade along the Moselle in Schengen, 3 steel pillars commemorate the signature of the Schengen Agreements in 1985 and 1990.
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The Moselle region and its Wine Route
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Schengen, the most European village on the Luxembourg Wine Route
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The Luxembourg wine route extends over 42 km, from Schengen to Wasserbillig. It takes you to first-rate vineyards which are the basis for wines of great quality.
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Vineyards near Stadtbredimus at the Luxembourg Moselle
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Vineyards near Schengen at the Luxembourg Moselle
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Upper Sûre lake in the Upper Sûre Nature Park in the Luxembourg Ardennes
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Luxembourg Ardennes landscape
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The Ardennes, called 'Éisleck' by Luxembourgers, are in the north of the country and represent one third of the surface of Luxembourg.
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In the heart of the Ardennes, the nature reserves of the Our and the Upper Sûre attract nature lovers.
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Castle of Vianden, situated in the Our nature reserve in the Luxembourg Ardennes
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Landscape with river Syre near Manternach in the east of Luxembourg
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The 'Guttland' (lit. good country) is often called the orchard of Luxembourg. Meadows and forests are typical of its landscapes.
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Mullerthal, Luxembourg's Little Switzerland and Naturpark Mëllerdall (nature reserve)
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Esch-Belval, a former steel-producing site, is home to the 'Cité des Sciences', a City of Sciences that also hosts the University of Luxembourg.
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The 'Maison du Savoir', the House of Knowledge at Esch-Belval, is the central building of the City of Science and regroups the common functions of the University of Luxembourg. Architecture: Baumschlager Eberle / cba Christian Bauer & Associés Architectes
The House of Humanities in Esch-Belval is home to the researchers and master students of the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education.
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One third of Luxembourg's surface is covered with forests inviting for hikes or romantic strolls.
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Vianden castle, one of Luxembourg's most visited tourist attractions, situated in the Our nature park in the Luxembourg Ardennes

© Les Amis du Château de Vianden / J. Clasen, all rights reserved

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High resolution and free of charge pictures representing different facets of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg can be downloaded here. The images may be used only for the purpose of promoting the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg by the media, by Luxembourg governmental bodies, by Luxembourg and foreign embassies and by non-commercial players promoting Luxembourg. Please do mention the copyright for each downloaded picture. Luxembourg for Tourism also provides pictures on the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg for the media in the gallery: https://press.visitluxembourg.com/fr/media-library

  • Updated 30-01-2017