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History & Politics of Luxemburg
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a small landlocked country in western Europe, bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany. Luxembourg has a population of under half a million people in an area of about 2,600 square kilometres (1,000 sq mi).
Luxembourg is a parliamentary representative democracy with a constitutional monarchy, ruled by a Grand Duke. It is the world's only sovereign Grand Duchy. Luxembourg is a founding member of the European Union, NATO, the United Nations, Benelux, and the Western European Union, reflecting the political consensus in favour of economic, political, and military integration. Luxembourg City, the capital and largest city, is the seat of several institutions and agencies of the European Union.
Luxembourg lies on the cultural divide between Romance Europe and Germanic Europe, borrowing customs from each of the distinct traditions. While French and Luxembourgish are the predominant languages in daily life and on the streets, Luxembourg remains a trilingual country; French, German, and Luxembourgish are official languages. Although a secular state, Luxembourg is a predominantly Roman Catholic country.
Historical & Tourist Attractions in Luxemburg
The capital, Luxembourg-Ville, is split into two districts: the delightful old center, complete with fortress towers, turrets and winding, cobblestone streets; and the modern downtown area on the plâteau du Krichberg the Luxembourg version of Wall Street.
The Müllerthal region is frequently referred to as Luxembourg’s ‘Little Switzerland’. Hundreds of footpaths through densely wooded forests, crystal-clear brooks and spectacular rock formations combine to make this one of the country’s most popular areas for walking and hiking.
Further east, the town of Echternach is particularly well known for its religious dancing procession, which takes place annually on Whit Tuesday and attracts pilgrims from all over the world.
Almost one-third of Luxembourg’s total land area consists of forest and it is particularly the north which offers the best natural attractions.