Built in the late 19th century following the plans of the inventor Henri Tudor, the building, today, serves as the administrative headquarters of the commune of Rosport.

Coming up an alley lined with gnarled, windswept trees, you will find an odd pair perched on the hilltop above the vineyards of the small village of Remerschen: a wind turbine and, next to it, a concrete construction shaped like an oversized mushroom.

Dating back to the 1800s, this historic mill, situated at the end of town, has retained its original charm. Over the past two centuries, nothing seems to have changed.

Beaufort Castle is situated in the homonymous town in eastern Luxembourg, in a region often referred to as %u201ELittle Switzerland%u201C.

Situated in the heart of the town of Echternach, the former orangery is nestled amidst a beautiful municipal park, which can be accessed via a gorgeously adorned gate.

In 1727, Mathias Hartz, abbot of Echternach, had the old Benedictine monastery demolished to build a new abbey in Classical style.

perched atop a hill above the small village of Ersange, the pretty whitewashed chapel, whose origins date back to the 16th century, can be seen from afar.

The chapel which dates back to 1524 is situated on the outskirts of Echternach, on a small hill, nestled amidst grasslands.

Located in the small district of Girsterklaus in the commune of Rosport, the chapel sits on a hill, nestled amidst a landscape of fields, dotted with a few rural cottages.