Hotel du Parc

Avenue de la Gare 28, Diekirch, L-9233, Luxembourg
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Travel Tips for Diekirch

Rather an 'ordinary' town, is what I think

by nighthawk

Diekirch has some larger shops and we always found it pleasant to go to Diekirch for those. We walked the center several times but did not particularly grew fond of it. Somehow it had no real soul. Fondest memory hahaha that must be the groceries we got there! Especially they were like we are used to in The Netherlands......from the Aldi!

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by catnapper

Bring a lot of good humor along! Even in Summer you risk to have some cold nights and some rain. So don't forget the right clothes for these days! You have no further problems for photographs for there are at least 3 special shops inside the citycenter In Diekirch you have 3 camping grounds and around Diekirch there are so plenty that it is difficult to enumerate them all here.


by RORRO72

Realizada por Bonifatius Stirnberg. Inaugurada en 1980.
El burro es la mascota de Diekirch.
Esta fuente fue hecha para homenajear a los burros.
Hay dos historias que relatan la conexión de Diekirch con este animal.
La primera se relaciona con la época en que
Diekirch era el centro proyectado del ferrocarril Luxembourg-Troisvierges, pero los ciudadanos de esa época, se opusieron a esto, debido al humo y ruido de las locomotoras, que contaminarían la atmósfera y alterarían la paz y tranquilidad. Ante esto las autoridades de la capital dijeron que los burros de Diekierch no reconocían una señal de progreso.
Est historia puede no ser ver verdadera, pero la siguiente tiene más visos de realidad:
Hubio una época en que los campesinos de Diekirch estaban obligados a usar los burros como transporte y para trabajar en los campos, debido a que era el único animal que podía con los difíciles terrenos.


by nighthawk

Well, I only got two photographs of Diekirch, probably I seldom took my camera with me when we went shopping for groceries.
Or I bought too much, and had to carry shoppingbags ;-)I took this pic because I was puzzled, what kind of cars were made here?I re-visited Diekirch last August with my family and took some pics of the Wagner-building. And because we had to get our groceries outside Diekirch, I had the chance to take some more photographs.


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