Historic City Center, Luxembourg
The area in the ravine along the Petrusse river is called Grund. As elsewhere in Luxembourg it is very lovely and beautiful.
The city, while lacking in particularly impressive architectural monuments, is pretty, pleasant and enjoyable. There are many pedestrian streets with shops and restaurants.
The government is situated in this large house. The scale of everything in Luxembourg is small but certainly not childish.
This solemn monument is to honor all the citizens of Luxembourg who have fallen to foreign invaders.
The city center is full of old buildings, all with a history, so take your time to see them and just enjoy the city.
At the other end of the Adolphe bridge is this building, a bank (Spuerkeess).
The leaflet we got along with our ticket for the Petrusse Express (mini train). This train took us through the valley of the Petrusse.
It is the oldest church in the city, first built in 987. The church was destroyed several times, but always reconstructed, altered and extended. Its present appearance goes back to 1688.