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It’s not exactly much happening here but you still must come and see the Place de la Constitution. It’s an icon and it’s a must do. The square is full of tourists but they weren’t rude and took turns taking photos which is always pleasant....More
Initially to commemorate the fallen who volunteered to join the French army in the first world, it later represented a monument of independence again Nazi occupation, Destroyed in 1940, it was rebuilt in 1984 when pieces of the original "Golden lady" were found beneath the...More
The centerpiece of this square is a tall statue, the Gella Fra, commemorating Luxembourg's fallen in World War I, but also a symbol of the freedom of the people of Luxembourg. The square is also a major transport hub, so DO watch as you are...More
This was visited on our guided walking tour, although you can easily walk and enjoy the scenery without a guide. The value of the guide was the local history and provinence of the monument being explained.