Junglinster (Luxembourgish: Jonglënster) is a commune and town in central Luxembourg in the district Grevenmacher with 5,813 inhabitants.
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The city of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish: Lëtzebuerg, French: Luxembourg, German: Luxemburg), also known as Luxembourg City (Luxembourgish: Stad Lëtzebuerg or Luxembourgish: d'Stad, French: Ville de Luxembourg, German: Stadt Luxemburg), is a commune with city status, and the capital of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It stands at the confluence of the Alzette and Pétrusse Rivers in southern Luxembourg.
Latitude: 49° 36' 42.01" N
Longitude: 6° 07' 48.00" E
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The Judiciary City (French: Cité judiciaire) is a site in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg, that houses a number of courts and legal offices.
Goetzingen (Luxembourgish: Gëtzen) is a village in the commune of Koerich, in western Luxembourg.
Gare (Luxembourgish: Garer Quartier) is a quarter in central Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg.
Fischbach (Luxembourgish: Fëschbech) is a commune and village in central Luxembourg.
The Dudelange Radio Tower is a 285-metre high freestanding steel framework FM radio and television transmission tower near Dudelange in Luxembourg.
The Alcide de Gasperi Building is a skyscraper in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. At 77 m (253 ft) tall and with 23 floors, it was the tallest building in Luxembourg.
The 2006 Zoufftgen train collision occurred around 11.45 am on 11 October 2006, near Zoufftgen, Moselle, France, some 20 metres from the border with Luxembourg, on the Metz–Luxembourg railway line. Two trains collided head-on while one track of a do…
Wormeldange (Luxembourgish: Wuermeldeng, German: Wormeldingen) is a commune and small town in eastern Luxembourg.
Wellenstein (Luxembourgish: Wellesteen) is a commune and small town in south-eastern Luxembourg. It is part of the canton of Remich, which is part of the district of Grevenmacher.
Steinfort (Luxembourgish: Stengefort) is a commune and town in western Luxembourg.
Stade rue Henri Dunant is a football stadium in Beggen, a quarter of Luxembourg City, in northern Luxembourg. It is currently the home stadium of FC Avenir Beggen.
Stade de la Frontière is a multi-purpose stadium in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Jeunesse Esch.
Stade Jos Nosbaum is a football stadium in Dudelange, in southern Luxembourg. It is currently the home stadium of F91 Dudelange. Until 1991, it was the home of US Dudelange.
Stade Achille Hammerel is a football stadium in Gare, a quarter of Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. It is currently the home stadium of Racing FC Union Luxembourg. Until 2005, it was the home of Union Luxembourg. The stadium has a capacity o…
The Schueberfouer is the annual Luxembourg city fair held every year on the Glacis car park in Limpertsberg. It is the biggest fair in the country.
Schieren is a commune and town in central Luxembourg.
Rollingergrund (Luxembourgish: Rollengergronn) is an area of north-western Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg.