Where? Rue Grande-Duchesse Charlotte, L-9515 Wiltz
Memorial Site Schumann's Eck - Luxembourg's most destructive battles
During the Battle of the Bulge, the "Schumann's Eck" was a strategically important road junction, which unfortunately became one of the cruellest battlefields in Luxembourg.
The "National Liberation Memorial" commemorates the thousands of soldiers that died in this battle. Another memorial called Massegraf (mass grave) is located on the spot where more than 160 German and some American soldiers were temporarily buried.
A memorial trail of 3 kilometres leads through the forest past old, partly reconstructed trenches. Life-size historical photos of American and German soldiers as well as Luxembourg civilians at various stations illustrate the events of that time.
Where? 3, Place de la Libération, L-9255 Diekirch
Where? 1, Place de l'abbaye, L-9737 Clervaux
Benedictine Abbey Clervaux: A life of devotion
Where? L-9662 Kaundorf
Where? L-8823 Haut-Martelange
The Slate Museum Haut-Martelange offers you a unique and captivating insight view of the life and work of the local quarryman on an area of 8ha of land with more than 22 buildings.
Where? 5, Rue Abbé Muller, L-9065 Ettelbruck
The Patton Monument in Ettelbrück: A place of remembrance
Where? Am Burreneck, L-9747 Enscherange
Where? 35, Rue du Château, L-9516 Wiltz
National Strike Monument - In memory of the victims of the general strike