Articles of interest in Mersch
Adolphe Bridge (Luxembourgish: Adolphe-Bréck, French: Pont Adolphe, German: Adolphe-Brücke) is an arch bridge in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. The bridge takes road traffic across the Pétrusse, connecting Boulevard Royal, in Ville Haute, …
Villa Louvigny is a building in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg, that served as the headquarters of Compagnie Luxembourgeoise de Télédiffusion, the forerunner of RTL Group.
The Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte Concert Hall (French: Salle de concerts grande-duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte, German: Konzertsaal Großherzogin Joséphine-Charlotte) is a concert hall located on the Kirchberg plateau in the City of Luxembourg. …
Hamm is a quarter in eastern Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg.
Ettelbruck (Luxembourgish: Ettelbréck, German: Ettelbrück) is a commune with city status in central Luxembourg, with a population of approximately 7,500. As of 2005, the town of Ettelbruck itself, which lies in the east of the commune, has a populat…
RTL – Deutschlands Hit-Radio (english RTL – Germany's Hit-Radio), formerly RTL Radio, formerly Radio Luxemburg, is a commercial radio station in the German language. It began broadcasting after World War II from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg on 208 …
The Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art (French: Musée d'art moderne Grand-Duc Jean), abbreviated to Mudam, is a museum of modern art in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. The museum stands on the site of the old Fort Thüngen, in the Kirchber…
The District of Luxembourg, sometimes of Luxemburg, is one of three districts of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Grund (Luxembourgish: Gronn) is a quarter in central Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. It is located in the valley below the centre of Luxembourg City on the banks of the Alzette River and, in addition to being a picturesque area, is a popula…
The National Sporting and Cultural Centre (French: Centre National Sportif et Culturel), better known as d'Coque, is an indoor arena in Kirchberg, a quarter of Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg.
Capellen (Luxembourgish: Kapellen: Kap/Kapellen, German: Kapellen) is a town in the commune of Mamer, in south-western Luxembourg, 12 km west of Luxembourg City.
The Battle of Vianden (occasionally called the Battle for Vianden Castle) took place November 19, 1944 in the small town of Vianden in northern Luxembourg, and was one of the most important battles of the Luxembourgish resistance against Nazi German…
The Alzette (Luxembourgish: Uelzecht, German: Alzig) is a river with a length of 73 kilometres (45 mi) in France and Luxembourg.
The Sandweiler German war cemetery is a World War II cemetery in Sandweiler, in southern Luxembourg.
The Place d'Armes (Luxembourgish: Plëss) is a square in Luxembourg City in the south of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Centrally placed in the old town, it attracts large numbers of locals and visitors, especially in the summer months.
The Grand Duchess Charlotte Bridge (Luxembourgish: Groussherzogin-Charlotte-Bréck, French: Pont Grande-Duchesse Charlotte, German: Großherzogin-Charlotte-Brücke) is a road bridge in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg.
Fischbach Castle (Luxembourgish: Schlass Fëschbech, French: Château de Fischbach, German: Schloss Fischbach) is a castle in Luxembourg.
The District of Diekirch is one of three districts of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
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