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Luxembourg (city)

capital city of the country Luxembourg

16km

49.6116676.13

Esch-sur-Sûre

commune in Luxembourg

29km

49.91125.935

Diekirch

municipality and city in Luxembourg

31km

49.8686.1567

Mondorf-les-Bains

municipality of Luxembourg

32km

49.50736.2828

Clervaux

commune in Luxembourg

39km

50.056.033333

Vianden

city in Luxembourg

39km

49.93336.2167

Schengen

commune in Luxembourg

41km

49.4666676.366667

Echternach

city and commune in Luxembourg

52km

49.81176.4217

Luxembourg (Belgium)

The province of Luxembourg is the southernmost and largest province in the Wallonia region of Belgium. It is bordered to the east by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and to the southwest by France. It is divided between the Belgian Ardennes to the north and Gaume (the Belgian part of Lorraine) to the south. It has around 280,000 inhabitants and is the least populated of all Belgian provinces.

70km

49.91675.4167

Spa (Belgium)

municipality in Liège, Belgium

71km

50.492035.86262

Liège

city in Liège, Belgium

93km

50.63335.5667

South Limburg

region in Limburg, the Netherlands

100km

50.912565.87563

Maastricht

municipality in the Netherlands

101km

50.8512425.690736

Dinant

city in Namur, Belgium

131km

50.26674.9167

Namur

city in the belgian province of Namur and capital of Wallonia

142km

50.46674.8667

Cologne

city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

149km

50.956.9667

Düsseldorf

capital city of the German federated state of North Rhine-Westphalia

150km

51.23336.7833
Sights

Abbey of Echternach

The Basilica's crypts are the final resting place of Northumbrian missionary saint Willibrord, who died in Echternach in 739. The crypts can be visited for free. In the crypts you will find the chest with the body of Willibrord inside, as well as the Willibrord well, the water of which is believed to cure skin diseases.

52km

49.813888896.4225

Little Switzerland (Luxembourg)

natural region in Luxembourg

58km

49.76.5

Wasserbillig

town

58km

49.716666676.5

Ardennes

low mountain range in Belgium

64km

50.255.66666667

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Land of the Red Rocks

Luxembourg
The Land of the Red Rocks (French: Region Terres Rouges), also known as the Esch-sur-Alzette canton, is the furthest southwest region of Luxembourg.

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