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Because of its strategic position, Luxembourg was, from the 16th century until 1867, when its walls were dismantled, one of Europe's greatest fortified sites. It was repeatedly reinforced as it passed from one great European power to another: the Holy Roman Emperors, the House of Burgundy, the Habsburgs, the French and Spanish kings, and finally the Prussians. Until their partial demolition, the fortifications were a fine example of military architecture spanning several centuries.

Casemates, Rocher du Bock

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Created 11-Jan-24
Modified 11-Jan-24
Casemates, Rocher du Bock

Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Luxembourg

19 photos
Created 13-Dec-23
Modified 13-Dec-23
Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Luxembourg

Church of Saint-Michel

9 photos
Created 24-May-14
Modified 24-May-14
Church of Saint-Michel

City of Luxemburg

25 photos
Created 12-Jan-24
Modified 12-Jan-24
City of Luxemburg

Fort Thüngen

22 photos
Created 24-May-14
Modified 24-May-14
Fort Thüngen

Grand Ducal Palace

21 photos
Created 24-May-14
Modified 24-May-14
Grand Ducal Palace

Grund and the Plateau du Rham

58 photos
Created 24-May-14
Modified 24-May-14
Grund and the Plateau du Rham

Hospital Saint-Jean / Neuminster

11 photos
Created 20-Feb-24
Modified 20-Feb-24
Hospital Saint-Jean / Neuminster

Le pont du château

12 photos
Created 24-May-14
Modified 24-May-14
Le pont du château