Luxembourg

Historic avenue with historic houses in the heart of Luxembourg City. Lined up like pearls on a string, the magnificent Belle Époque buildings on Avenue de la Liberté lead to the Place de Metz, which is dominated by a beautiful bank building with an opulent, turret-adorned façade.

This ultra-futuristic footbridge allows pedestrians to cross the railway lines at the Esch-sur-Alzette railway station. Access via elevator.

Exuding a rather sedate, veteran ambiance, this train station (with classic transit area, ticket counters and adjoining platform) is located right next to an industrial zone, in the heart of the small village of Mersch.

The historic railway station is located south of the city centre and surrounded by urban, modern buildings.

This railway station which serves the neighbourhood of Belval in southern Luxembourg has been completely rebuilt. It was inaugurated in 2010.

the first underground tunnels were built in 1644, in the era of Spanish domination.

This long industrial road in Belval, a suburb of Esch-sur-Alzette, leads past the fallow buildings of a former industrial site.

Eva Ferranti - Italian Hand-made Fashion was founded 12 years ago and the company has been established at this address for the past 2 years.

For some years now, a gigantic construction project has been in progress amidst the industrial wasteland of a former steelworks in Belval, a suburb of Esch-sure-Alzette: on an unused and, for the m

the building in which this tattoo and piercing shop has been established 20 years ago is over 100 years old. Traditional, yet eclectic interior.

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