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Art & Culture

Cultural influences of the melting pot

The region in the south of Luxembourg has been strongly marked by the industrial culture but has managed to give itself a new identity over time, where the industrial past and new technologies melt into a unique mixture.

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Conservatoire de Musique Esch-sur-Alzette
Conservatoire de Musique Esch-sur-Alzette
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© Espace Muséologique Lasauvage
Espace Muséologique de Lasauvage
This life-size reconstruction takes you back to the days of the Second World War when a group of young Luxembourgers hid in a mine to escape the obligation to serve in the German army and wear the Nazi uniform.
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© Claude Piscitelli / LFT
Centre nature et forêt Ellergronn
Experience the diversity of nature and learn more about the relationships in the nature reserves
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Konschthal Esch
Espace d'art contemporain
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© ORT SUD
Minière Langenacker - Bremshäischen
A monument of transport technology
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© Steichencollections CNA
Waassertuerm + Pomhouse
Exhibitions in the heart of Luxembourg’s industrial heritage
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Cultural centre "Beim Nëssert"
Cultural centre "Beim Nëssert"
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© Kinepolis Belval
Kinepolis Belval
Kinepolis Belval
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Bim Diederich Exhibition
Pedal on!
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© Centre d'art - Ville de Dudelange
Centre d'Art Nei Liicht
Centre d'Art Nei Liicht
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National Museum of Resistance and Human Rights
The National Museum of Resistance and Human Rights, located on the Place de la Résistance in Esch-sur-Alzette, focuses on the history of the Second World War in Luxembourg.
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Ariston
Ariston
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National Miners Monument
Remembering the miners of Luxembourg.
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Ciné Le Paris
Ciné Le Paris
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© Jean Reitz
Regional Museum of forced conscription
This regional museum focuses on the complex history of forced recruitment during the Nazi occupation of Luxembourg and provides a poignant insight into the suffering of the Dudelange population during the war.
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