Independence Monument

Where? L-7571 Mersch

The Mersch Independence Monument is a commemorative monument located in the town of Mersch in Luxembourg.

It was erected to commemorate Luxembourg's independence, which was guaranteed by the Treaty of London in 1867. The monument consists of a stone column surmounted by a statue representing Liberty. It is surrounded by a small park and is an important symbol of Luxembourg's history and culture. Many visitors come every year to admire the monument and learn more about the country's history.

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Address: Monument der Unabhängigkeit
L-7571 Mersch
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