© Espace Muséologique Lasauvage

Espace Muséologique de Lasauvage

Where? Place de Saintignon, L-4698 Lasauvage

This life-size reconstruction takes you back to the days of the Second World War when a group of young Luxembourgers hid in a mine to escape the obligation to serve in the German army and wear the Nazi uniform.

Lasauvage, a charming village in the south of the Grand Duchy, certainly seems like a pleasant place to live. But step through the doors of the local Espace Muséologique, located in the former Château Saintignon, and dive headfirst into another era. This life-size reconstruction takes us back to the days of the Second World War when a group of young Luxembourgers hid in a mine to escape the obligation to wear the Nazi uniform.

To discover the village’s fascinating history, head to the Espace Muséologique of Lasauvage!

 


Culture info

  • Visit possible (& visit information): You can book visits via Minett Park Fond-de-Gras: www.minett-park.lu
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Address: Espace Muséologique de Lasauvage
Place de Saintignon
L-4698 Lasauvage
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Phone:+352 26 50 41 24
E-Mail:info@minettpark.lu
Website:http://www.minettpark.lu
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