Where? 15, Rue du 31 Aôut 1942, L-9516 Wiltz
National Strike Monument - In memory of the victims of the general strike
A monument in the shape of a lighthouse commemorates the victims of the general strike during the Second World War in Wiltz.
After the introduction of forced conscription in August 1942, a general strike against the occupiers started in Wiltz. The strike movement quickly spread throughout the country, which the occupiers responded to with brutal violence. 21 people from Luxembourg were executed.
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? Entrée principale, 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.
Distance: 3,12 km
Duration: 0:50 h
Where? Om Leempuddel, L-9991 Weiswampach
Lancaster Memorial - A war memorial
Where? 35, Rue du Château, L-9516 Wiltz
Memorial Site Schumann's Eck - Luxembourg's most destructive battles
Where? 34, Stackemer Pad, L-9744 Wincrange
The small village of Cinqfontaines near Troisvierges is home to a former monastery built at the beginning of the 20th century.
Where? 5, Rue Abbé Muller, L-9065 Ettelbruck
The Patton Monument in Ettelbrück: A place of remembrance