|The Three Towers part of the
town's defenses built in 1050.
|Looking through a Gatehouse into
the Medieval streets of Luxembourg.
|Pedestrian street in Luxembourg.
|The peculiar street patterns
near Rue Sigefroi.
|St Michael's Church the oldest church in
the city built to replace the castle chapel
of the Counts. Originally built in 987, its
present appearance dates from 1688.
|The Hollow Tooth so named as
only the walls of this tower
|Looking down from the town into the
Alzette river valley.
|St. John's Church (1309) and the
area of Luxembourg known as the
|Luxembourg was built upon a
rocky outcrop known as the bock.
|Looking down into the Grund. From
above it looks like a Model Train set.
|Multi-coloured ivy clinging to the
side of the Bock.
|A panoramic view of the Grund and the Railway bridges cutting over it.
|The floodplain of the Petrusse river
below the Bock has been made into
a park with many pathways.
|Notre Dame Cathedral was
originally a Jesuit church whose
foundations were laid in 1613.
|Adolphe bridge was erected in 1900
during the reign of Grand Duke Adolphe.
At the time the bridge was the largest
stone arch bridge in the world (85 metres)
|The Golden Lady on Constitution
square was set up in 1923 to
commerate Luxembourgers who
perished in WWI.
|Wooden confessionals in Notre
|Notre Dame Cathedral looking
toward the alter.
|The pipe organ over the
entrance to Notre Dame
|Place de Metz and the Adolphe
bridge at dusk.
|Notre Dame Cathedral after dark.
|The Rue Chimay near my hotel
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